Worldline - 2020 Universal Registration Document
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Personal information concerning the Executive Committee members A.5.4.2 A graduate from “Ecole Nationale d’Administration”, Gilles Grapinet joined the French Inspection Générale des Finances” in 1992, where he was assigned on numerous financial audits on behalf the French Government and international organisations (International Monetary Fund, World Bank…). In 1996, he moved to the
Alessandro Baroni is Chief Business Divisions Officer and Deputy Head of Worldline Global Financial Services since March 2020. He was previously Chief Market Officer for Worldline Global Financial Services. He is a member of the Board of Directors of equensWorldline since October 2016 upon the closing of the
French taxde partment as Head of Strategy and Controlling before being appointed Head of Information Systems and Strategy. Between 2000 and 2002, he was appointed CIO, head of the nation-wide “Copernicus program”, aimed at rebuilding entirely the French tax information systems and creating a multi-channel, service-oriented e-tax administration. Between 2003 and end 2004, he joined the private office of the French Prime Minister as Senior Advisor for economic and financial affairs. Between 2005 and 2007, he was Director and chief of staff of the French economy, finance and industry Minister’s private office. In 2007, Gilles Grapinet joined the Executive Committee of the international banking Group Credit Agricole SA, where he was Head of Strategy before being appointed CEO of the Payment Systems & Services business division. He joined Atos from December 2008 as Senior Executive Vice-President, in charge of Global Functions, Global Sales, Consulting and Worldline until 2013. Since July 2013, in addition of his position in Atos, he was appointed Worldline Chief Executive Officer, and has led the successful partial listing of this subsidiary of the Atos group with a market capitalization of c. € 2B in June 2014. Worldline has since executed an ambitious development with the successful acquisitions of Equens in 2016, SIX Payment Services in 2018 and Ingenico in 2020. Worldline became fully independent from Atos on May 3 rd , 2019, is now n°1 electronic payment services provider in Europe and n°4 globally, and since March 2020 part of the French flagship CAC40 index. M. Grapinet is in parallel the first Chairman of EDPIA, the European Digital Payment Industry Alliance, the advocacy body of the largest European payment services providers. M. Grapinet is also member of the French order of “Légion d’honneur” (knight).
strategic partnership between equens and Worldline. He has been part of the Equens Board of Directors since 2011, first as responsible of the cards business, then as Group CIO and finally as CMO. He joined Equens in 2008 upon the incorporation of Equens Italia, the Italian entity set up by ICBPI and Equens SE as a vehicle for their strategic partnership, for which Alessandro Baroni was in a leading role since its origination. Alessandro Baroni is a member of the Worldline Group Executive Committee. Prior to joining Equens, Alessandro Baroni worked for the Boston Consulting Group in Milan and Toronto as a consultant and principal, serving clients in the Financial Services and consumer goods & retail industries in the fields of strategy, corporate development, organization and operations. Mr. Baroni holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from Bocconi University, Milan.
Olivier Burger started his career in France at Renault in software development. After two years spent in Canada for the French Foreign affairs, he joined Alstom in the train division where he headed several operational positions in the field of fail-safe train control systems in France and in the United Kingdom. In 2004, he joined Orano
to lead various Human Resources managerial positions in Global Business Units and then in charge of Talent & Reward for the Group. Olivier joined Atos in 2016 as Human Resources Senior Vice President of the Big Data & Security Division. He was also in charge of the WellBeing@Work and the Expert policy at Group level at Atos before joining Worldline in 2018 as Group Head of Human Resources. He graduated in France from the Supmeca Engineering school and from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan.
Marc-Henri Desportes is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and of the Ecole des Mines de Paris. He was Deputy Program Director of the Copernic program at the French Ministry of Finances from 2000 to 2005, and then was in charge of audit coordination at BNP Paribas from 2005 to 2006. Mr. Desportes was then Chief
Lisa Coleman joined the Atos group in 1992, performing various managerial roles in the UK public sector that included personal delivery of major Government Programmes. She also took overall responsibility for business development and growth in the UK health sector. From joining Worldline in 2014 to March 2019,
Information Officer at BNL, BNP Paribas’ Italian subsidiary. He joined the Atos group as an ExCom Member in 2009 and as Director of the Global Innovation Business Development & Strategy Global Business Lines (GIBS), then, became Director of the High Technology Settlement Services and Specialized Activities Business Unit in July 2011. Mr. Desportes joined Worldline as General Manager in 2013 and he is in charge of all its business lines and operations since that date. He became Deputy CEO in 2018.
Lisa had responsibility for all Worldline activities within the UK and Ireland which included significant contracts to the transport and hospitality market. In addition, since 2017 her scope included the groups Mobility & Transactional Services business in Germany and Austria. Since March 2020, she has taken on the role of Head of Operational Performance responsible for improving operational performance and efficiency through the next generation of the TEAM 2 program SMART.
Universal Registration Document 2020
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