This is the case in the Defense Security branch of the group. Thus, the Director General of Defense / Security Safran, Philippe Petitcolin (60), becomes the new CEO of Morpho and leaves the executive presidency Sagem, electronic subsidiary of Defence. It remains Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sagem. He was previously CEO of Labinal (2004) and especially Snecma (2006). He joined the group when Labinal was bought by Snecma in 2000. In 1988, he joined Labinal as assistant sales manager before being appointed sales and marketing director of the Aeronautical Systems Division, where he became CEO in 1995. From 1999 to 2001, he was named general manager of the division Filtrauto Labinal, it combines with the Director General of the friction materials business following the acquisition of Filtrauto by Valeo. In May 2001, he became CEO of Labinal he became CEO in November 2004.
Finally, Jean-Paul Herteman did not forget to promote the female. He named HÃ©lÃ¨ne Moreau-Leroy, 48, graduated from INSA Lyon, former director of programs at Messier-Bugatti-Dowty since 2011, CEO of Hispano-Suiza instead Horaist Olivier, who joined him home mother as Deputy Director of European and International Relations Safran (formerly International Branch). In the same direction, Jean-Paul Jainsky (62) has been appointed Director to the Director General of the European and International Relations. He will be responsible for New Projects cross, especially in Africa. In 2002, he joined the executive committee and became director of the Security Division. During the creation of Sagem in 2005, he was appointed Deputy Director General and Director of the Security Division and then became CEO of Sagem SÃ©curitÃ© (now Morpho) in 2007.
Besides the arrival of Horaist Olivier and Jean-Pierre Jainsky, changes were also made in the management teams of the parent company, especially in the direction of the strategy. So Eric DalbiÃ¨s, 45, polytechnic, is promoted to director of strategy. For his part, Jean-Pierre Cojean, a history of the Safran group, is appointed Deputy CEO of Safran, in charge of strategy and transformation. A graduate of the Ecole des Mines de Paris (1974), Cojan (59), joined the group in 1977 at Snecma as structural design engineer. In 1981, he joined the JV as CFM International CFM56 customer responsible for military applications and then returned to Paris in 1985 to be responsible for the preparation of new customers coming into service CFM56. In 1988, he was appointed Head of Customer Support for several major airlines. In 1990, Cojan returns Snecma as director of customer technical support and marketing director in 1991. In 1995, he became director of the civil aviation market, then general manager of commercial engine division in 2001. In 2007, he was appointed CEO of Aircelle in 2009 and became Deputy Director General of Safran, in charge of strategy.
Finally, Yves Leclere (63), another historical group, becomes adviser to Jean-Paul Herteman. He was previously Deputy Director General in charge of strategy. Graduate Supaero (1973) and CPA Paris (1982), Yves Leclere began his career in the group in 1974 with Messier as Head of International Cooperation and Economic Affairs in 1978. It then directs all Messier purchases from 1983 to 1988. He then joined the post of CEO, the company ERAM, a subsidiary of Snecma specialized in landing gear, with a mission to restructure the field. In 1992, he was appointed director of Wheels and Brakes division of Messier-Bugatti and CEO of the company in 1994. In 2006, he was appointed Deputy CEO of Safran, in charge of the Aircraft Equipment, and member of the board, and then took in 2011, the Deputy Group Managing Director in charge of the processing.