Jérôme Bédier Carrefour's new secretary general

Jérôme Bédier Carrefour's new secretary general

Jérôme Bédier has been appointed new secretary general of the French group Carrefour, a title he takes over from Pierre-Alexandre Teulié. As part of his new function, he also joins the board of directors.

Experienced in government and private sector

Bédier, 56 years old, has tons of experience in the field: he worked for the French ministries of Economy, Finance and Trade between 1984 and 1991, before joining Deloitte & Touche as associate.

 

In 1995, he joined the French trade and distribution federation FCD, which he headed until last year. Since then, he worked for CapGemini Consulting. He also was vice-president of the international organisation Eurocommerce  and MEDEF, the Movement of French Enterprises. 

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