Fnac Darty : Cooption of new independent Directors to the Board of Directors of Fnac Darty

12/15/2017, 5:45 PM (Source: GlobeNewswire)

Cooption of new independent Directors

to the Board of Directors of Fnac Darty

Following the departures of Alexandre Bompard, Marie Cheval and Héloïse Temple-Boyer from the Board of Directors of Fnac Darty, three independent directors were coopted today: Sandra Lagumina, Delphine Mousseau and Daniela Weber-Rey.

The composition of the Board Committees will be as follows:

  • Audit Committee:
  • Carole Ferrand, Chair
  • Daniela Weber-Rey, replacing Jacques Veyrat
  • Sandra Lagumina, replacing Marie Cheval
  • Nomination and Remuneration Committee:
  • Antoine Gosset Grainville, Chair
  • Nonce Paolini
  • Patricia Barbizet
  • Corporate, Environmental and Social Responsibility Committee:
  • Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet, Chair 
  • Arthur Sadoun
  • Delphine Mousseau, replacing Alexandre Bompard
  • Simon Gillham, replacing Héloïse Temple-Boyer

The Board of Directors of Fnac Darty is chaired by Jacques Veyrat.

Antoine Gosset-Grainville will now assume the position of Vice Chairman, which had been held by Patricia Barbizet until now.

The full composition of the Board of Directors can be found at:



Sandra Lagumina

Sandra Lagumina is a graduate of the Ecole nationale d'administration (National School of Administration, ENA) and the Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), and also holds a DESS (postgraduate degree) in common market law and a DESS in public law.

She began her professional career at the French Council of State where she held the position of Auditor and then Master of Requests from 1995 to 1998. Sandra Lagumina then became Technical and Legal Advisor to the Speaker of the National Assembly. In 2000, she joined the cabinet of the Ministry of Economy, Finances and Industry as Technical Advisor responsible for legal matters, public procurement and competition law. She was then appointed Deputy Director of public and international law in the ministry's legal affairs directorate and Judicial Agent of the Treasury (2002-2005).

In 2005, she joined Gaz de France, where she held several positions in the areas of strategy and law. Between 2008 and 2013, she held the position of General Counsel at GDF Suez. She was then appointed in 2013 as Chief Executive Officer of GRDF (Gaz Réseau Distribution France).

In 2016, she became Deputy Chief Executive Officer of ENGIE and then, in 2017, managing director of Meridiam responsible for asset management. She is also President of the Conservatoire National de Musique et de Danse de Paris (National Conservatoire of Music and Dance). She is a member of the college of the Competition Authority.

Delphine Mousseau

Delphine Mousseau is a graduate of HEC and has a Master's degree in Business Administration. She began her career in 1995 as Project Manager at the Boston Consulting Group. In 1999, she joined Plantes-et-Jardins.com as Head of Operations. Between 2007 and 2011, she held the position of Director of E-Commerce for Europe at Tommy Hilfiger. She then worked as an Independent Consultant, primarily for the former Primondo Group.

Since 2014, Delphine Mousseau has been VP Markets at Zalando.

Daniela Weber-Rey

Daniela Weber-Rey has a Master's degree in law from the University of Columbia, New York, and was admitted to the Frankfurt bar in 1984 and the New York bar in 1986.

Daniela Weber-Rey has been for close to 30 years, in turn, a lawyer and partner at the firm Pünder Volhard & Weber, and then Clifford Chance, Counsel to various European bodies and, for 5 years, a member of the Board of Directors of BNP Paribas.

She is a member of the Government Commission of the German Corporate Governance Code, a member of the Board of the European Corporate Governance Institute, and a non-executive member of the Board of HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG. Between 2013 and 2016, Daniela Weber-Rey joined Deutsche Bank AG as Chief Governance Officer and Deputy Global Head of Compliance.

Daniela Weber-Rey is a member of the Economic Council at the French Embassy in Germany (Berlin).

She was appointed Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur in 2010 in recognition of her commitment to Franco-German relations.

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Stéphanie Constand stephanie.constand@fnacdarty.com

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PRESS Benjamin Perret benjamin.perret@fnacdarty.com

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  Alexandre André alexandre.andre@fnacdarty.com

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