Nicolas Maure is appointed EVP, Chief Turnaround Officer of Groupe Renault
As of September 1, 2020, Nicolas Maure is appointed EVP, Chief Turnaround Officer of Groupe Renault. As part of his new responsibilities, he reports to Luca de Meo. He also retains his position as Chairman of Eurasia Region, for which he reports to Denis Le Vot, EVP, Regions, Sales and Marketing of Groupe Renault. He becomes a member of the Group Executive Committee (CEG).
Nicolas Maure's role will be key to ensuring the Group's turnaround, i.e. the recovery of its performance and its return to a satisfactory level of profitability by 2022. In close collaboration with the brands and all Group functions, he will be responsible for proposing and driving an action plan aimed on the one hand at a major reduction in our fixed and variable costs, and on the other hand at generating revenues and cash, starting immediately, said Luca de Meo, Groupe Renault CEO.
Born in 1960, Nicolas Maure graduated from École centrale de Paris (1983) and holds an MBA from INSEAD (1985), France.
He joined Renault in 2000 as Purchasing Director of the Parts and Accessories Division, after a career at Valeo and Faurecia.
He then became Director of the Renault Quality Plan in March 2003 and General Manager of Société de Transmissions Automatiques in September 2004. In September 2006, Nicolas Maure was named Director of the Dacia Powertrain Plant in Romania.
In August 2008, he became Vice President Powertrain at Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization and, in March 2013, was appointed VP of Group Manufacturing Performance.
In January 2014, Nicolas Maure was appointed Managing Director of Groupe Renault Romania and CEO of Automobile Dacia.
In April 2016, he became President & CEO of AVTOVAZ until June 2018. He then became Chairman of the Board of Directors in June 2019.
In January 1st, 2018, he is appointed SVP, Chairman of Eurasia Region. As of September 1st, 2020, Nicolas Maure is appointed EVP, Chief Turnaround Officer. He remains SVP, Chairman of Eurasia Region. He becomes a member of Groupe Renault Executive Committee (CEG).
Groupe Renault has manufactured cars since 1898. Today it is an international multi-brand group, selling close to 3.8 million vehicles in 134 countries in 2019, with 40 manufacturing sites, 12,800 points of sales and after-sales and employing more than 180,000 people.
To address the major technological challenges of the future, while continuing to pursue its profitable growth strategy, Groupe Renault is focusing on international expansion. To this end, it is drawing on the synergies of its five brands (Renault, Dacia, Renault Samsung Motors, Alpine and LADA), electric vehicles, and its unique alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors. With a 100% Renault owned team committed to the Formula 1 World Championship since 2016, the brand is involved in motorsports, a real vector for innovation and awareness.