Renault Names Jérôme Stoll Leader for Americas Region
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The lucky employee that has just got a promotion is Jérôme Stoll who is going to replace the current leader Thierry Moulonguet for the Americas Region including Central and South America. The last one isn't given the sack as you might assume, on the contrary, he will remain Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
Jérôme Stoll will also remain Senior Vice President for Mercosur and CEO of Renault do Brasil and will have to report to the current Chief Operating Officer Patrick Pélata. Yet, the promotion appears to be entirely deserved by Stoll since he has been working for the French automaker for more than 20 years.
As a matter of fact, the man has followed an ascending trend ever since he joined Renault's finance division in 1987. Two years later, he became the Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration at Renault Automation.
In 1995, he was appointed Vice President of industrial purchasing, while only three years later he became the Vice President powertrain purchasing. When the company was bought by Renault in 2000, he was appointed CEO of Renault Samsung Motors. But the year of 2006 appears to be the most successful one for Stoll as he became Senior Vice President for Mercosur, was appointed CEO of Renault do Brazil and became a member of Renault's Management Committee.
As you know, Renault's sales dropped heavily last year and the French car maker is going through a critical situation right now. Is it possible that an experienced man like Stoll will solve things out? We have to wait and see about that....
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