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Marie-Ange Debon to leave SUEZ group

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    Marie-Ange Debon. Photo: Pablo González-Cebrián

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SUEZ
As an expert in water and waste for 150 years that is present on the 5 continents, SUEZ harnesses all its capacity for innovation to work for the efficient and sustainable management of resources.
Schneider Electric
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SUEZ Group announces the departure, by mutual agreement, at the end of the year, of Marie-Ange Debon, SUEZ Group Senior Executive Vice President in charge of France, Italy and Central and Eastern Europe. Marie Ange Debon will focus on new career plans.

The Board of Directors sincerely thanks her for her contribution over the past 11 years, particularly in terms of growth in the International business, the crucial role she played in the acquisition of GE Water, and the consolidation of France's performance. The Board would like to wish her every success in her future endeavors.

Jean-Louis Chaussade, Chairman of the Board of Directors, commented: "Marie-Ange has been a loyal and dedicated team member. She has always shown commitment to the various positions she has held. She played a crucial role in the GE Water acquisition. She has been able to combine boldness, serenity and weighting. She has shown the Board her leadership and decision-making skills, both key attributes for the rest of her career."

Marie-Ange Debon, commented: "I am proud of the work accomplished with Suez’s teams. I commend their professionalism and commitment to serving our customers. I would like to thank Jean-Louis Chaussade for the trust he has always placed in me and I wish Bertrand Camus and his team every success."

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