Vinci Energies appoints new CEO

19 March 2019

Vinci Energies' Arnaud Grison

Vinci Energies’ Arnaud Grison

Arnaud Grison has been appointed the new chief executive officer of Vinci group company, Vinci Energies.

The energy and ICT services company announced that Grison, who replaces former chairman and CEO Yves Meignie, was appointed to the role after serving as managing director of Vinci Energies International & Systems for five years.

He began working for the French-based company in 2004 and was first employed as CEO of subsidiary company European Flight Services. He later went on to head up Cofiroute (a subsidiary of Vinci Autoroutes) and in 2012 became CEO of Vinci Facilities.

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