Pierre Chareyre
Executive Vice President
Engie

Biography

Pierre has been working for over 25 years within the ENGIE Group, formerly GDF SUEZ. As Executive Vice President and member of the ExCom, he was deeply involved in positioning the Group as a leader of the energy transition and in refocusing it on the energy activities of tomorrow.

Graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (IEP) Paris, Master of Advanced Study degree in public law (Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne), and CAPA-certificated to practice as a barrister in France.

Professional career

2018: Executive Vice President of ENGIE and member of the Executive Committee, in charge of supervision of the Global Energy Management, Global LNG and Latin America Business Units, chairing the Commodities and Related Risks Control Committee (CRME).

2016: Executive Vice President of ENGIE and member of the Executive Committee, in charge of supervision of the Global Energy Management, Global LNG, Exploration & Production International and Latin America Business Units, chairing the Commodities and Related Risks Control Committee (CRME).

2015: Executive Vice-President in charge of the Global Gas & LNG business line.

2012-2015: Deputy Chief Financial Officer of GDF SUEZ and Chief Financial Officer of GDF SUEZ (interim)**.

2010: CEO of GDF SUEZ Trading**.

2008: GDF SUEZ Corporate Vice-President in charge of investments and acquisitions**.

2005: Executive Committee Member and Vice-President Administration and Finance of Suez Energy International**.

2001: Finance Director of Suez Environnement**.

1997: Chief Financial Officer of Rexel.

1993: Executive Director and Chairman of the Management Committee of SOGEM (SUEZ Group).

1989: Chief Financial Officer of SOGEM (SUEZ Group).

1988: Chief of Staff of the Director of the Société Générale de Belgique (SUEZ Group)

1983-1988: Midland Bank, Paris & London, International Division.

Other memberships and offices held

Chairman and Director of GDF SUEZ Trading SAS**.

Chairman and Director of GDF SUEZ E&P International SA (France)**.

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