Alexandra Boutelier appointed chief executive officer of the Stade de France
The board of directors of Consortium Stade de France, a joint venture between Vinci (67%) and Bouygues (33%), voted unanimously in favour of Pierre Coppey's proposal to separate the company's chairmanship and executive management. Pierre Coppey will continue to serve as chairman and Henry de la Monneraye as vice-chairman. Alexandra Boutelier will take over Pierre Coppey's duties as chief executive officer.
Alexandra Boutelier spent the first five years of her career in the merchant banking sector and then worked as an entrepreneur. She moved to the parking industry in 2003 as international director at Epolia (formerly Eiffage Parking), became deputy chief executive officer of Effia Stationnement (Keolis group) in 2007 and joined Vinci as international director of VINCI Park in 2010. She was promoted to head of mergers and acquisitions at VINCI Concessions in 2012, deputy chief executive officer of Consortium Stade de France in April 2013 then head of Vinci Stadium – the division bringing together Vinci's sport infrastructure assets, where she redefined the organisation and updated its business models – in 2014. She also chairs the companies that operate the main stadiums in Le Mans (MMArena) and Nice (Allianz Riviera).
Alexandra Boutelier was born in 1971 and holds a master's degree in corporate finance from Paris Dauphine University.
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