Sandrine Téran co-opted as Director of SPIE SA to replace Sophie Stabile

Published on 15 March 2021

Paris, 15 March 2021 The Board of Directors has announced the co-opting of Mrs Sandrine Téran as Independent Director of SPIE SA. She will replace Mrs Sophie Stabile who is leaving her post after six years on the Group’s Board of Directors. A resolution ratifying her co-opting will be proposed at the next General Meeting on May 12, 2021.

Sandrine Téran is 52 years old and has a degree in business tax and finance from the Paris Dauphine University. After starting her career at Ipsen as a risk manager in charge of tax and insurance, she took charge of the Tax department at Euro Disney. In 2000, Sandrine Téran joined Eutelsat as Head of taxation, corporate finance and internal auditing. In this role, she was most notably involved in the privatisation of the company in 2001 and its IPO in 2005.

Sandrine Téran joined the Louis Dreyfus group in 2008. For 8 years, she occupied several key posts there, including Global Head of Tax, Group Corporate Secretary, Global Chief Financial Officer and lastly Managing Director of Louis Dreyfus Holding.

Since 2017, Sandrine Téran has served as Chief Financial Officer within the Eutelsat group (while having held the position of Chief IT Officer until 2020)

As a new Independent Director, Sandrine Téran will replace Sophie Stabile (SPIE SA director since 2014) and is also appointed to the Board’s Auditing Committee.

Gauthier Louette, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SPIE, declared “We are pleased to welcome Mrs Sandrine Téran to our Board of Directors. She brings her financial expertise and her experience with a group listed on the stock exchange. I would like to thank warmly Mrs Sophie Stabile for her valuable contribution to the work of the Board and the Audit Committee during these six years, she has greatly helped SPIE to make its first steps as a listed company.”