Archieil, the 26 September 202two
Evolution of governance
Aramis Group [Ticker : ARAMI – ISIN : FR0014003U94]European leader in the online sale of used cars to individuals, which brings together the brands Aramisauto, Cardoen, Clicars and CarSupermarket, respectively in France, Belgium, Spain and the United Kingdom, today announces changes in its government, on the one hand the replacement of two directors on behalf of Stellantis at the request of the latter, and on the other hand the substitution of the CEO of CarSupermaket, a subsidiary of the Group in the United Kingdom, eager to undertake a new personal project.
Cooperation of two new directors representing Stellantis
At its meeting on September 26, 2022, the Aramis Group Board of Directors co-opted:
Ms. Sophie le Roi as Director following the resignation of Ms. Lucie Vigier with effect from July 26, 2022;
Mr. Xavier Duchemin as Director after the resignation of Mr. Marc Lechantre with effect from July 26, 2022.
Their mandates will continue until the end of the Ordinary General Shareholders’ Meeting that will approve the closed accounts on September 30, 2024.
In accordance with the applicable legal and regulatory provisions, the co-option by the Board of Directors of the two new directors will then be subject to ratification at the next General Shareholders’ Meeting.
The composition of the Board of Directors remains unchanged, with 4 directors representing Stellantis, 3 independent directors and the 2 founders of Aramis Group. The independence rate remains at 33% and the feminization rate at 44%.
The composition of the Audit Committee and the CSR Committee is as follows, it being understood that the Appointments and Remuneration Committee is maintained:
Patrick Bataillard (Chairman and independent director)
Delphine Mousseau (Independent Director)
Sophie le Roi (Director representing Stellantis)
Céline Vuillequez (President and Independent Director)
Guillaume Paoli (Co-founder of the Aramis Group)
Xavier Duchemin (Director representing Stellantis)
Sofia methe king, 47, an ESLSCA graduate in market finance, began her career in 1998 at the PSA Peugeot Citroën Group in the Finance Department. Between 2004 and 2014 she held various financial positions in the area of research and development, particularly in vehicle projects. In 2014 she held the position of Vice President as Director of economic and industrial management of the Sochaux plant. In 2018, she joined the Group’s distribution network to hold the position of Branch Director. In 2021, she became the Administrative and Financial Director of Peugeot France and from 1Ahem Jul 2022 Serves as Stellantis Circular Economy CFO.
Xavier Duchenin, 56, a HEC graduate, began his career in 1991 at Citroën, where he held various sales and marketing positions, in France and abroad. From 2003 to 2005 he was, in particular, General Manager of Citroën in Austria, then from 2005 to 2008 of Citroën in the United Kingdom. He then became Marketing Director of Citroën between 2009 and 2012, then between 2012 and 2017 General Director of Peugeot France. From 2017 to 2018, Xavier Duchemin was in charge of PSA Retail in Europe before joining Opel Vauxhall in March 2018 as Senior Vice President in charge of Marketing and Sales. Since January 2021 he is Senior Vice President of Stellantis Eurasia and since Summer 2022 Senior Vice President of the Stellantis Used Vehicle Division.
Replacing the CEO of CarSupermarket.comsubsidiary of Aramis Group in the United Kingdom
Stephen Butterley, CEO of CarSupermaket.com, a subsidiary of the Aramis Group in the United Kingdom, has announced his desire to undertake a new project after almost ten years with the company. Matt Barrick, who has spent his entire career with the company, takes over. His mission will be to continue the implementation of the CarSupermarket.com integration plan within the Aramis Group initiated by his predecessor, as well as to strengthen its positions in the British market.
Matt Barrick, 37, began his career at Motor Depot (now CarSupermarket.com) in 2006 as a Sales Manager, before becoming a Sales Manager and then a Branch Manager in 2011. In 2013, Matt became a Sales Manager. Purchasing and remarketing, where he mainly dealt with the pricing and supply of vehicles through B2B channels, as well as the sale of spare parts. In 2014, Matt became the company’s Chief Commercial Officer, in which role he played a major role in its geographic expansion into the UK. In 2016, he was promoted to Commercial and Operations Director, further accelerating CarSupermarket.com’s development momentum. In particular, the strong growth of the company required him to maintain high quality standards and supply more and more vehicles, Matt was able to bring all his experience in buying and selling vehicles and was heavily involved in improving operations in the reconditioning of Goal. center. He was also a driving force behind the Hull development project, which is set to open at the end of calendar year 2022, with a nominal annual capacity of 25,000 vehicles.
About Aramis Group
Aramis Group is the European leader in the online sale of used cars to individuals and groups four brands: Aramisauto, Cardoen, Clicars and CarSupermarket, respectively in France, Belgium, Spain and the United Kingdom. The Group is transforming the used vehicle sales market and putting digital technology at the service of customer satisfaction with a vertically integrated business model. In the first half of fiscal year 2022, Aramis Group generated revenues of €873 million, sold more than 41,000 vehicles to individuals and recorded more than 40 million visits to its websites. At the end of March 2022, the Group had more than 1,800 employees, a network of 60 agencies and four industrial reconditioning sites. Aramis Group is listed on compartment A of the regulated market of Euronext Paris (Ticker: ARAMI – ISIN: FR0014003U94). For more information : www.aramis.group
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