Gobierno corporativo

¡La convivialité no se decreta, se vive! Es la aspiración transmitida por nuestro lema, «Créateurs de Convivialité», que pretende cultivar dentro del Grupo unas relaciones sencillas, verdaderas, directas, transparentes y auténticas. Empezando por las mantenidas dentro de las diferentes estructuras de nuestro gobierno. 

   

Función

El Consejo de Administración ocupa un lugar preponderante dentro de nuestro sistema de gobierno. Garantiza el cumplimiento de las normas éticas y de transparencia del Grupo, además de velar por los intereses de la compañía y de sus accionistas, y de preocuparse también por la repercusión que sus decisiones pueden tener sobre terceras partes interesadas. El Consejo abarca personalidades con competencias y experiencias complementarias, y determina las orientaciones estratégicas del Grupo con un objetivo central: el crecimiento del valor de la empresa. Desde 2009, el Grupo adhiere a las recomendaciones del Código AFEP-MEDEF de gobierno corporativo de las empresas que cotizan en Bolsa de Paris.

Organización y funcionamiento

Sus 14 Consejeros, 2 de ellos representantes de los empleados y 6 independientes, se reúnen en promedio 8 veces al año, y sus sesiones son lideradas por el Presidente-Director General del Grupo, también Presidente del Consejo. El consejo rinde cuentas de sus trabajos en la Junta General a través de su Presidente. Este, además, vela por el buen funcionamiento de los órganos de gobierno de la compañía y garantiza que los Consejeros estén en disposición de cumplir sus misiones. Para dinamizar este órgano colegiado de gobierno y acercarlo aún más a la realidad ejecutiva de nuestra empresa, el Grupo le ha dado acceso a su red social interna y deslocaliza una de sus reuniones al ano en una de nuestras filiales.

Descárguese el reglamento interno del Consejo de Administración 

Los Comités del Consejo

El Consejo de Administración delega en cuatro Comités especializados la preparación de los temas específicos que se someten a su aprobación: el Comité Estratégico, el Comité de Auditoría, el Comité de Retribuciones y el Comité de Nombramientos, de Gobierno y de Sustainabilty & Responsibility.

membres :

  1. Alexandre Ricard
    Alexandre Ricard
    Presidente-Director General

    Alexandre Ricard se licenció en la ESCP Europe, en la Wharton Business School (MBA en las especialidades de Finanzas y Entrepreneurship) y en la Universidad de Pensilvania (MA en International Studies). Después de trabajar siete años para Accenture en asesoramiento estratégico, y para Morgan Stanley en asesoramiento de fusiones y adquisiciones, se incorporó al Grupo en 2003, dentro del Departamento de Auditoría y Desarrollo de la Sede.

    A finales de 2004, Alexandre Ricard fue nombrado Director Administrativo y Financiero de Irish Distillers, y más adelante, en septiembre de 2006, Director General de Pernod Ricard Asia Duty Free. En julio de 2008, fue nombrado Presidente-Director General de Irish Distillers y miembro del Comité Ejecutivo de Pernod Ricard. En septiembre de 2011, se incorporó al equipo de la Dirección General del Grupo como Director General Adjunto Responsable de la Red de Distribución, convirtiéndose en miembro del Comité de Dirección. Alexandre Ricard fue nombrado Director General Delegado en la sesión del Consejo de Administración del 29 de agosto de 2012. Fue el Consejero representante permanente de la compañía Paul Ricard del 2 de noviembre de 2009 al 29 de agosto de 2012, fecha en la que fue nombrado Consejero de Pernod Ricard. 

    Alexandre Ricard fue nombrado Presidente-Director General del Grupo en el Consejo de Administración del 11 de febrero de 2015.

    Alexandre Ricard es nieto de Paul Ricard, fundador de la compañía Ricard. 

     

  2. Anne Lange
    Anne Lange
    Consejero Independiente

    Ms Anne Lange, a French citizen, is a graduate of the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris and of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA). Ms Anne Lange began her career within the office of the Prime Minister as Director of the State-Controlled Broadcasting Office. In 1998, she joined Thomson as Manager of Strategic Planning before being appointed Head of the eBusiness Europe Department in 2000. In 2003, Ms Anne Lange took up the function of General Secretary of the Rights on the Internet Forum, a public body reporting to the office of the Prime Minister. From 2004 to 2014, she went on to successively hold the positions of Director of Public Sector Europe, Executive Director Media and Public Sector Global Operations (in the USA), and Innovation Executive Director within the Internet Business Solution Group division at Cisco.
    She is currently co-founder and CEO of Mentis, a company which develops applications and platforms in the field of connected objects and collaborates with groups on mobility solutions and management of urban spaces. She is a Director of Orange and the Imprimerie Nationale.
    Ms Anne Lange has strong expertise in innovation and digital technology which she has developed for the past 20 years, both in the public and private sectors.

  3. Pierre Pringuet
    Pierre Pringuet
    Vicepresidente del Consejo de Administración

    Mr Pierre Pringuet, a graduate of the École Polytechnique and the École des Mines, started his career in the French civil service. He was an advisor to government minister Michel Rocard (1981–1985), before being given responsibility for the Farming and Food Processing Industries at the Ministry of Agriculture. He joined Pernod Ricard in 1987 as Development Director, playing an active role in the Group’s international development and holding the positions of Managing Director of Société pour l’Exportation de Grandes Marques (1987–1996) and then Chairman & CEO of Pernod Ricard Europe (1997–2000).
    In 2000, he joined Mr Patrick Ricard at the Headquarters as one of Pernod Ricard’s two joint CEOs, together with Richard Burrows. He was appointed Director of Pernod Ricard in 2004 and led the successful acquisition of Allied Domecq in 2005 and its subsequent integration. In December of the same year, he became the Group’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Chief Operating Officer. 
    In 2008, Mr Pierre Pringuet carried out the acquisition of Vin&Sprit (V&S) and its brand Absolut Vodka, which completed Pernod Ricard’s international development. Following the withdrawal of Mr Patrick Ricard from his operational duties, Mr Pierre Pringuet was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Pernod Ricard on 5 November 2008. He performed his duties as CEO until 11 February 2015, date of expiry of his term of office pursuant to the Company’s bylaws.
    Mr Pierre Pringuet has been Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors since 29 August 2012.
    Mr Pierre Pringuet has also been President of the Association Française des Entreprises Privées (AFEP) (French Association of Private Enterprises) since 29 June 2012.
    He holds the ranks of Knight of the Legion of Honour, Knight of the National Order of Merit and Officer of the Mérite agricole..

     

  4. César Giron
    César Giron
    Presidente-Director General de Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouët

    After graduating from the École Supérieure de Commerce de Lyon, Mr César Giron joined the Pernod Ricard group in 1987 where he has spent his entire career. In 2000, he was appointed CEO of Pernod Ricard Swiss SA before becoming Chairman & CEO of Wyborowa SA in Poland in December 2003.
    From July 2009, Mr César Giron acted as Chairman & CEO of Pernod, until his appointment, on 1st July 2015, as Chairman & CEO of Société Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouët.
    Mr César Giron is a member of the Management Board of Société Paul Ricard.
    Mr César Giron is a grandson of Mr Paul Ricard, the founder of Société Ricard.
    Mr César Giron has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2008.

  5. Wolfgang Colberg
    Wolfgang Colberg
    Consejero Independiente

    Mr Wolfgang Colberg holds a PhD in Political Science (in addition to qualifications in Business Administration and Business Informatics). He has spent his entire career with the Robert Bosch group and the BSH group. After joining the Robert Bosch group in 1988, he held a post as Business Analyst (Headquarters), and then went on to become Head of Business Administration at the Gottingen production site (1990-1993), then Head of the Business Analyst Team and Economic Planning (Headquarters) (1993-1994), before being appointed as General Manager for the Group’s Turkey and Central Asia affiliate. In 1996, he was appointed Senior Vice-President-Central Purchasing and Logistics (Headquarters).
    Between 2001 and 2009, Mr Wolfgang Colberg was Chief Financial Officer at BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH and a member of the Board of Management. He was then Chief Financial Officer of Evonik Industries AG as well as a member of the Board of Management between 2009 and 2013. Mr Wolfgang Colberg has been an Industrial Partner of CVC Capital Partners since 2013.
    Mr Wolfgang Colberg has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2008.

  6. Ian Gallienne
    Ian Gallienne
    Consejero Independiente

    Mr Ian Gallienne has been Managing Director of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert since January 2012. He graduated in Management and Administration, with a major in Finance, from the ESDE Business School in Paris and obtained an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau. From 1998 to 2005, he was Manager of the Rhône Capital LLC private equity funds in New York and London. In 2005, he founded the private equity funds Ergon Capital Partners I, II and III, of which he was Managing Director until 2012.
    Mr Ian Gallienne has been a Director of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert since 2009, of Imerys since 2010, of SGS since 2013, of Umicore since 2015 and of Adidas since 2016.
    Mr Ian Gallienne has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2012..

membres :

  1. Nicole Bouton
    Nicole Bouton
    Consejero Independiente

    Ms Nicole Bouton is a graduate of the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris. From 1970 to 1984, she held the positions of Sub-Manager and then Deputy Manager in the Central Administration function of Crédit Commercial de France. From 1984 to 1996, Ms Nicole Bouton went on to hold the positions of Deputy Manager, Manager and finally Managing Director of Lazard Frères et Cie and Lazard Frères Gestion. In 1996, she was appointed a member of the Executive Committee of Banque NSMD (ABN AMRO France group) and became Vice-Chairman responsible for Institutional and Bank Clients before being appointed a member of the Management Board in 2000. She also took up the duties of Vice-Chairman of the ABN AMRO France Holding Company the same year.
    She was also appointed Chairman of the Management Board and then Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Asset Allocation Advisors and Chairman of the Banque du Phénix, which she merged with Banque NSMD in October 1998. Ms Nicole Bouton left ABN AMRO in 2001, and in 2002, she founded Groupe Financière Centuria, which she chaired until June 2010. In this capacity, she chairs several affiliates including Financière Accréditée, which was acquired in 2006. She is also a Director of several other affiliates of Groupe Financière Centuria. At the end of June 2010, she sold her shares in Centuria and remains Chairman of Financière Accréditée. She was appointed Chairman of the Strategic Committee of Friedland Gestion, an investment management company, alongside two new partners.
    Ms Nicole Bouton has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2007.

     

     

  2. César Giron
    César Giron
    Presidente-Director General de Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouët

    After graduating from the École Supérieure de Commerce de Lyon, Mr César Giron joined the Pernod Ricard group in 1987 where he has spent his entire career. In 2000, he was appointed CEO of Pernod Ricard Swiss SA before becoming Chairman & CEO of Wyborowa SA in Poland in December 2003.
    From July 2009, Mr César Giron acted as Chairman & CEO of Pernod, until his appointment, on 1st July 2015, as Chairman & CEO of Société Martell Mumm Perrier-Jouët.
    Mr César Giron is a member of the Management Board of Société Paul Ricard.
    Mr César Giron is a grandson of Mr Paul Ricard, the founder of Société Ricard.
    Mr César Giron has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2008.

  3. Wolfgang Colberg
    Wolfgang Colberg
    Consejero Independiente

    Mr Wolfgang Colberg holds a PhD in Political Science (in addition to qualifications in Business Administration and Business Informatics). He has spent his entire career with the Robert Bosch group and the BSH group. After joining the Robert Bosch group in 1988, he held a post as Business Analyst (Headquarters), and then went on to become Head of Business Administration at the Gottingen production site (1990-1993), then Head of the Business Analyst Team and Economic Planning (Headquarters) (1993-1994), before being appointed as General Manager for the Group’s Turkey and Central Asia affiliate. In 1996, he was appointed Senior Vice-President-Central Purchasing and Logistics (Headquarters).
    Between 2001 and 2009, Mr Wolfgang Colberg was Chief Financial Officer at BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH and a member of the Board of Management. He was then Chief Financial Officer of Evonik Industries AG as well as a member of the Board of Management between 2009 and 2013. Mr Wolfgang Colberg has been an Industrial Partner of CVC Capital Partners since 2013.
    Mr Wolfgang Colberg has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2008.

membres :

  1. Pierre Pringuet
    Pierre Pringuet
    Vicepresidente del Consejo de Administración

    Mr Pierre Pringuet, a graduate of the École Polytechnique and the École des Mines, started his career in the French civil service. He was an advisor to government minister Michel Rocard (1981–1985), before being given responsibility for the Farming and Food Processing Industries at the Ministry of Agriculture. He joined Pernod Ricard in 1987 as Development Director, playing an active role in the Group’s international development and holding the positions of Managing Director of Société pour l’Exportation de Grandes Marques (1987–1996) and then Chairman & CEO of Pernod Ricard Europe (1997–2000).
    In 2000, he joined Mr Patrick Ricard at the Headquarters as one of Pernod Ricard’s two joint CEOs, together with Richard Burrows. He was appointed Director of Pernod Ricard in 2004 and led the successful acquisition of Allied Domecq in 2005 and its subsequent integration. In December of the same year, he became the Group’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Chief Operating Officer. 
    In 2008, Mr Pierre Pringuet carried out the acquisition of Vin&Sprit (V&S) and its brand Absolut Vodka, which completed Pernod Ricard’s international development. Following the withdrawal of Mr Patrick Ricard from his operational duties, Mr Pierre Pringuet was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Pernod Ricard on 5 November 2008. He performed his duties as CEO until 11 February 2015, date of expiry of his term of office pursuant to the Company’s bylaws.
    Mr Pierre Pringuet has been Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors since 29 August 2012.
    Mr Pierre Pringuet has also been President of the Association Française des Entreprises Privées (AFEP) (French Association of Private Enterprises) since 29 June 2012.
    He holds the ranks of Knight of the Legion of Honour, Knight of the National Order of Merit and Officer of the Mérite agricole..

     

  2. Nicole Bouton
    Nicole Bouton
    Consejero Independiente

    Ms Nicole Bouton is a graduate of the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris. From 1970 to 1984, she held the positions of Sub-Manager and then Deputy Manager in the Central Administration function of Crédit Commercial de France. From 1984 to 1996, Ms Nicole Bouton went on to hold the positions of Deputy Manager, Manager and finally Managing Director of Lazard Frères et Cie and Lazard Frères Gestion. In 1996, she was appointed a member of the Executive Committee of Banque NSMD (ABN AMRO France group) and became Vice-Chairman responsible for Institutional and Bank Clients before being appointed a member of the Management Board in 2000. She also took up the duties of Vice-Chairman of the ABN AMRO France Holding Company the same year.
    She was also appointed Chairman of the Management Board and then Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Asset Allocation Advisors and Chairman of the Banque du Phénix, which she merged with Banque NSMD in October 1998. Ms Nicole Bouton left ABN AMRO in 2001, and in 2002, she founded Groupe Financière Centuria, which she chaired until June 2010. In this capacity, she chairs several affiliates including Financière Accréditée, which was acquired in 2006. She is also a Director of several other affiliates of Groupe Financière Centuria. At the end of June 2010, she sold her shares in Centuria and remains Chairman of Financière Accréditée. She was appointed Chairman of the Strategic Committee of Friedland Gestion, an investment management company, alongside two new partners.
    Ms Nicole Bouton has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2007.

     

     

  3. Manousos Charkoftakis
    Manousos Charkoftakis
    Represetante de los empleados

    Mr Manousos Charkoftakis joined the Pernod Ricard group in 1998 as an employee of Pernod Ricard Hellas, its Greek affiliate. In 2002, he was appointed Area Sales Manager for Crete and the Aegean Islands. He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and he is also a member of the Greek Management Association.
    Mr Manousos Charkoftakis has been a Director representing the employees since the Board of Directors’ meeting of 21 January 2014 following his election by the European Works Council on 28 November 2013.

     

  4. Ian Gallienne
    Ian Gallienne
    Consejero Independiente

    Mr Ian Gallienne has been Managing Director of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert since January 2012. He graduated in Management and Administration, with a major in Finance, from the ESDE Business School in Paris and obtained an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau. From 1998 to 2005, he was Manager of the Rhône Capital LLC private equity funds in New York and London. In 2005, he founded the private equity funds Ergon Capital Partners I, II and III, of which he was Managing Director until 2012.
    Mr Ian Gallienne has been a Director of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert since 2009, of Imerys since 2010, of SGS since 2013, of Umicore since 2015 and of Adidas since 2016.
    Mr Ian Gallienne has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2012..

  5. Kory Sorenson
    Kory Sorenson
    Consejero Independiente

    Ms Kory Sorenson, a British citizen born in the United States, has made her career in finance, with a focus on capital and risk management. She holds a Master’s degree in Corporate Finance and the International Capital Markets from the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, a Master’s degree in Applied Economics from the University of Paris Dauphine and a Bachelor of Arts degree with honours in Political Science and Econometrics from the American University in Washington, D.C. In 2013, she completed the Harvard Business School’s executive education programme, “Making Corporate Boards More Effective”.
    Ms Kory Sorenson held the position of Managing Director, Head of Insurance Capital Markets at Barclays Capital in London, where her team conducted innovative transactions in capital management, mergers and acquisitions, as well as equity transactions, hybrid capital and risk management for major insurance companies. She previously led the team in charge of the financial markets, specialising in insurance, at Credit Suisse and the team in charge of debt markets for financial institutions in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands at Lehman Brothers. She began her career in investment banking at Morgan Stanley and in finance at Total.
    Ms Kory Sorenson is a member of Women Corporate Directors (Paris chapter).
    Ms Kory Sorenson has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2015.

membres :

  1. Gilles Samyn
    Gilles Samyn
    Consejero Independiente

    Mr Gilles Samyn holds a Commercial Engineering degree from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) – Solvay Business School, in which he held academic and scientific roles from 1969 to 2016. He began his professional career as a consultant at the Mouvement Coopératif Belge before joining Groupe Bruxelles Lambert in 1974. In 1983, after one year as an independent advisor, he joined Groupe Frère Bourgeois where he is now Managing Director.
    Mr Gilles Samyn has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2014. 

  2. Wolfgang Colberg
    Wolfgang Colberg
    Consejero Independiente

    Mr Wolfgang Colberg holds a PhD in Political Science (in addition to qualifications in Business Administration and Business Informatics). He has spent his entire career with the Robert Bosch group and the BSH group. After joining the Robert Bosch group in 1988, he held a post as Business Analyst (Headquarters), and then went on to become Head of Business Administration at the Gottingen production site (1990-1993), then Head of the Business Analyst Team and Economic Planning (Headquarters) (1993-1994), before being appointed as General Manager for the Group’s Turkey and Central Asia affiliate. In 1996, he was appointed Senior Vice-President-Central Purchasing and Logistics (Headquarters).
    Between 2001 and 2009, Mr Wolfgang Colberg was Chief Financial Officer at BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH and a member of the Board of Management. He was then Chief Financial Officer of Evonik Industries AG as well as a member of the Board of Management between 2009 and 2013. Mr Wolfgang Colberg has been an Industrial Partner of CVC Capital Partners since 2013.
    Mr Wolfgang Colberg has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2008.

  3. Kory Sorenson
    Kory Sorenson
    Consejero Independiente

    Ms Kory Sorenson, a British citizen born in the United States, has made her career in finance, with a focus on capital and risk management. She holds a Master’s degree in Corporate Finance and the International Capital Markets from the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, a Master’s degree in Applied Economics from the University of Paris Dauphine and a Bachelor of Arts degree with honours in Political Science and Econometrics from the American University in Washington, D.C. In 2013, she completed the Harvard Business School’s executive education programme, “Making Corporate Boards More Effective”.
    Ms Kory Sorenson held the position of Managing Director, Head of Insurance Capital Markets at Barclays Capital in London, where her team conducted innovative transactions in capital management, mergers and acquisitions, as well as equity transactions, hybrid capital and risk management for major insurance companies. She previously led the team in charge of the financial markets, specialising in insurance, at Credit Suisse and the team in charge of debt markets for financial institutions in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands at Lehman Brothers. She began her career in investment banking at Morgan Stanley and in finance at Total.
    Ms Kory Sorenson is a member of Women Corporate Directors (Paris chapter).
    Ms Kory Sorenson has been a Director of Pernod Ricard since 2015.