Caroline Parot Appointed Chief Financial Officer of Europcar Group

Caroline Parot has been appointed CFO of Europcar Group, a leader in car rental services in Europe. She replaces Claire Giraut and joins the group’s Executive Committee alongside CEO Roland Keppler and COO Rafael Girona.

Parot was previously in charge of Group Controlling for the Group.

Prior to joining Europcar, Parot held senior finance positions within the Technicolor Group (formerly Thomson) as group controller and Technology Segment CFO. She started her career as senior manager audit at Ernst & Young.

Parot holds a Master's in Finance from ESCP Business School, and a post-graduate degree in Economics & Mathematics from Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne.

“We are delighted to welcome Caroline Parot as Chief Financial Officer,” Keppler said. “Caroline will bring her solid expertise and thorough understanding of our business specifics to our financial strategy. I want to thank Claire Giraut for the work she conducted during her mandate.”

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