The Supervisory Board consists of the following eight members:
Catherine Guillouard was named Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of RATP Group on August 2, 2017.
Ms. Guillouard attended École Nationale d'Administration—ENA (Léon Gambetta graduation class). She began her career working for the French Treasury. Ms. Guillouard joined Air France in 1997, where she served as Senior Vice-President of Flight Operations, Senior Vice-President of Human Resources and Change Management, and later Senior Vice-President of Finance. In 2007, she joined Eutelsat Communications as Chief Financial Officer and member of the Executive Committee. She moved on to Rexel in 2013 as Director of Finance, Control and Legal Affairs and later Group Senior Vice President. She was also a member of the Executive Board and the Executive Committee. Catherine Guillouard has additionally been on the Board of Directors at Engie since 2015, and at Airbus since 2016.
Ms. Guillouard is also Vice Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board at Systra, a joint subsidiary formed by RATP Group and SNCF.
Catherine Barbaroux was appointed to the RATP Dev Supervisory Board on November 17, 2010.
She served as Deputy Secretary General of the PS-MRG party in the French National Assembly in 1975, before joining the Ministry of the Environment as Chief Cabinet Advisor, and later the Ministry of Commerce, Craft and Tourism as Cabinet Director.
Ms. Barbaroux then went on to work in human resources, serving as HR Director for Prisunic and Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (now Kering) from 1986 to 1993. In 1996, Ms. Barbaroux became Director of Entreprise&Personnel. From 1999 to 2005, she was Senior Executive Officer for the French Directorate-General dedicated to employment and vocational training. In 2005, Ms. Barbaroux was appointed the Director of Services for the Île-de-France Regional Council until her retirement in 2010. She then joined Association pour le Droit à l’Initiative Economique (ADIE), a non-profit organization focusing on employment, and served as President until September 2016.
Catherine Barbaroux is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris.
Christiane Bergevin joined the RATP Dev Supervisory Board on January 1, 2017.
Ms. Bergevin has held several positions in senior management throughout her career, notably as President of SNC-Lavalin Capital, and as Executive Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Business Development for Desjardins Group. She started her own consulting firm in 2016.
Ms. Bergevin chairs the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors for the AGF Group since 2015, and is an independent Director for Yamana Gold since 2014. She has extensive experience in philanthropy, and has been a member of the Boards of the Foundations of the (ps remove: “worked for organizations like the”) Women's Centre of Montreal and the Montreal Heart Institute Foundation among others. She is also a member of the International Advisory Committee to the Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University.
Ms. Bergevin was elected as Past Chair of the Board of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce for 2018-2019.
Christiane Bergevin is a graduate of McGill University (Montreal), with distinction in finance and entrepreneurship, and of the Wharton School (Philadelphia). Ms. Bergevin has completed the Institute of Corporate Directors’ (ICD) accreditation program.
Marie- Claude Dupuis was appointed to the RATP Dev Supervisory Board on March 22, 2017.
Marie-Claude Dupuis has been director of strategy innovation and development of RATP Group, Executive Committee member, since the 1st of March 2017. She joined the RATP in October 2014 and was appointed as director of the Bus rollingstock department at RATP in January 2015. In particular, she was responsible of the Bus Plan 2025 which aims to convert the entire fleet of 4,600 buses in a 100% environmentally friendly fleet.
She has been deeply involved in environmental, safety and quality issues throughout her professional career, which she began in 1988 at the Regional Directorate for Industry and Research (Central Region) as officer in charge of inspecting nuclear facilities.
After six years at the General Directorate of Industrial Strategies within the Ministry of Industry, where she was Head of the Section for the Safety and Quality of Industrial Products, she joined the Pollution and Risk Prevention Division of the Ministry of the
Environment in 1998.
Until 2005, she was Director of the Industrial Environment Service, where she oversaw the inspection of industrial and agricultural facilities at the national level.
Then, Ms. Dupuis was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the French National Radioactive Waste Management Agency (Andra). During nine years, she managed Andra’s activities, which primarily concern radioactive waste disposal, including the
operation of facilities for low and intermediate level waste, and projects for geological disposal. She also served as Chairperson of the Radioactive Waste Management Committee of the OECD’s Nuclear Energy Agency from 2007-2013.
Ms Dupuis, who is a general mining engineer, is a former student of the Polytechnic School and of the Paris Mining Engineering School.
Jean-Yves Leclercq joined RATP Group in February 2018 as a member of the executive committee. In April 2018 he was appointed chief financial officer in charge of the group’s economic and financial performance.
Jean-Yves Leclercq held several positions in the French ministry for the economy, finance and industry between 1994 and 2008, including in Agence France Trésor and Agence des participations de l’Etat. He subsequently joined the SNCF group, where he served as vice-president, finance, strategy and legal for the SNCF Voyages branch (2008-2012 ) and then as vice-president, Europe and international development (2012-2018).
Jean-Yves Leclercq is a graduate of Ecole normale supérieure (ENS) and Ecole nationale de la statistique et de l’administration économique (ENSAE). He also holds a master’s degree in contemporary history and a post-graduate DEA degree in international macro-economics.
Philippe Martin joined the RATP Dev Supervisory Board on November 17, 2010.
He has served as RATP Group Executive Vice President for Transport and Maintenance Operations since October 2009. He is also a member of the Executive Committee.
Philippe Martin joined RATP in 1983 as Operations Manager for the metro. He became Assistant Manager for RER line B in 1985. From 1987 to 1990, he joined the rail network operations research department as a design engineer and notably contributed to the Channel Tunnel project. From 1990 to 1999, he served as Director for RER line B and Transportation Director for RER line A. In 2000, he was named Manager of the Championnet Workshops Decentralised Technical Unit to oversee facilities maintenance and bus repairs. That same year, he became Bus Department Director and managed 13,800 agents dedicated to bus and tram operations in Ile-de-France. Four years later, he took over service policy responsibilities (reception, sales, information) and RATP transport environment management as Executive Vice President for Transport Environments, Services and Business Development.
Mr. Martin is a graduate of École Centrale Paris and is an Auditor at Institut des Hautes Études de Défense Nationale (Institute for Higher National Defence Studies, IHEDN) and Cycle des Hautes Études pour le Développement Économique (CHEDE). He is a Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite (Knight in the National Order of Merit) and Chevalier de l’Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur (Knight of the National Order of the Legion of Honour).
Jérôme Nanty, 59 years old, is a graduate of the IEP in Paris (Institute of Political Studies) and holds a master’s degree in public law.
He began his career at Societe Generale, before joining Crédit Lyonnais' Financial Markets Division in 1989 as a public debt operator, then as head of a portfolio of bond issuers. In 1998, he joined the Human Resources Department as head of employment policy and them of labour relations.
From 2001 to 2004, he was Director of Corporate Relations for the Crédit Lyonnais Group. He held the same positions for the Crédit Agricole Group from 2003. He became Human Resources Director of Crédit Lyonnais (later LCL) in 2005.
He joined the Caisse des Dépôts group in 2007 as head of human resources for the group. In December 2012, he was appointed General Secretary of Transdev Group. As such, he is also Chairman of the Supervisory Board of SNCM.
In July 2016, he joined Air France KLM as Deputy Managing Director in charge of the General Secretariat, the Group’s Human Resources Department and Transformation Management. Jérôme Nanty joined Carrefour in October 2017 as Executive Director of Group and French Human Resources.
Since July 1st, 2019, he is also in charge of the Real Estate Function.