France: Nicolas Badré Becomes Nexans’ Deputy Chief Financial Officer

France Nicolas Badré Becomes Nexans' Deputy Chief Financial Officer

Nexans, a worldwide leading expert in the cable industry, has appointed Nicolas Badré to join its Corporate Financial Department as Deputy Chief Financial Officer. The appointment was effective from October 11, 2011.

Nicolas Badré will report directly to Frederic Michelland, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Corporate Executive Vice President Americas.

Previously he held at ‘Groupe Saint-Gobain’ (1995 – 2007) various Financial Directorship positions in operational subsidiaries across the group globally. In 2007, Nicolas Badré joined the Owens Corning group as European Financial Director, where he was responsible for executing financial processes across its European operations. While at Owens Corning, Badré also managed the operational financial direction in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) as well as two divisions operating worldwide.

Nicolas Badré graduated from Haute Ecole de Commerce (HEC), Paris and has a CEMS Master in Management (Community of European Management Schools). He has also achieved the following French Ministry of Finances qualification: Cycle des Hautes Etudes pour le Développement Economique.

Source: Nexans, October 24 , 2011

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