Mr Stefan Mueller, Executive Vice President, Chief Performance Officer (CPO), leaves the company for health reasons
14 February 2018 17:05
Boulogne-Billancourt, February 14, 2018 – Groupe Renault announced today that Stefan Mueller has decided to leave the company as Executive Vice President, Chief Performance Officer (CPO) with effect from February 19, 2018 due to personal health reasons.
Stefan Mueller, Executive Vice President, Chief Performance Officer (CPO) Groupe Renault stated that:
“I am sad to be leaving my position for health reasons. It was a great pleasure to be part of Groupe Renault and Alliance teams for more than 5 years and to successfully contribute to the achievement of Renault’s “Drive The Change” mid-term plan. I believe that Renault, based on its solid and profitable growth in the past years, is well prepared to continue its success under its new “Drive The Future” mid-term plan”.
Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Renault stated that:
“Stefan has significantly contributed to Renault and the delivery of growth, market share and profit. As Executive Vice President, Chief Performance Officer (CPO), he was an important part of the Renault’s success under the “Drive The Change” mid-term plan. He leaves a solid foundation for Renault’s profitable growth in the future. I regret that he had to leave the company for personal health reasons and wish him all the best in the future”.
About Groupe Renault
Groupe Renault has been making cars since 1898. Today it is an international multi-brand group, selling close to 3.76 million vehicles in 127 countries in 2017, with 36 manufacturing sites, 12,700 points of sales and employing more than 120,000 people. To meet the major technological challenges of the future and continue its strategy of profitable growth, the Group is harnessing its international growth and the complementary fit of its five brands, Renault, Dacia and Renault Samsung Motors, Alpine and LADA, together with electric vehicles and the unique Alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi. With a new team in Formula 1 and a strong commitment to Formula E, Renault sees motorsport as a vector of innovation and brand awareness.