Clotilde Delbos joined Groupe Renault in 2012 as Group Controller. On 1 January 2014, she became a member of the Renault Management Committee. On 1 May 2014, Clotilde Delbos was appointed Alliance Global Director, Control, in addition to her current role as SVP, Groupe Renault Controller. She became a member of the Groupe Renault Board of Directors in 2014. She also became a member of the Board of Directors of RCI Banque in November 2014. Since 25 April 2016, Clotilde Delbos has been Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Groupe Renault. She is a member of the Renault Executive Committee and also Chairman of the Board of RCI Banque.
Groupe Renault and its partner Ticket for Change are inviting projects from entrepreneurs having socially responsible sustainable transport projects in France.
Carlos Ghosn, Chief Executive Officer and Clotilde Delbos, Chief Financial Officier have unveiled the 2016 full year financial results on February 10. Re-watch the press conference in video from this page. Interact with us on social media using #RenaultRESULTS
Record sales for Groupe Renault, up 13.3% to 3.18 million vehicles in 2016 for the last year of the Renault Drive the Change plan.
2017 Brussels Motor Show: Renault continues momentum in electric vehicles with Master ZE and New Kangoo ZE
Through its Renault Pro+ brand, Renault is unveiling an extended custom offering in its zero-emission range at the Brussels Motor Show, with world première appearances for Master ZE and New Kangoo ZE. With these new arrivals, Renault fields a unique line-up of four electric light commercial vehicles.
Production of the brand new Nissan Micra started up at Renault’s Flins and Le Mans plants a few days ago. Micra is the first Nissan passenger car to be made at a Renault facility, an arrangement that proves the competitive performance of Renault’s production facilities in France and the synergies operating across the Renault-Nissan Alliance.
Wishing you a wonderful 2017 from Renault, with a completely updated lineup.
The Renault Foundation, which is celebrating its fifteenth birthday this year, develops higher education programmes addressing emerging industry challenges in the areas of multicultural management, sustainable transport and road safety management. Group Renault chairman met some of the graduates from these programmes.
For 15 years now, the Renault Foundation has been preparing talented students for successfully addressing emerging career opportunities, through training programmes in the fields of multicultural management, sustainable transport and road safety management. Renault Foundation director Oliver Faust talked to us about the Foundation’s missions and what motivates him in leading its operations.
What if one company could take you from Tokyo to Paris, from Chennai to San Francisco, working on groundbreaking technologies? And what if, in this job, you could also change the world?