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Marc Rolland, Sodexo

Source: Sodexo

Marc Rolland has been Sodexo's Chief Financial Officer and a member of the Group's Executive Committee since December, 2015.

Since he joined Sodexo in 1997, Marc held several positions and gained detailed insights into all Group businesses. Prior to his current role, he held finance positions in Remote Sites and in the UK, before becoming CFO, On-site Services for Continental Europe and South America. Marc was also CFO, Benefits and Rewards Services for seven years.

Marc joined Sodexo in 1997 as Finance Director for Africa, within the Remote sites activity.

In 2000, he was promoted Finance Director of what was named at the time Universal Sodexo for Africa, Europe and Eurasia and then Finance Director for the Business & Industry activity in the UK in 2004.

Marc joined Sodexo Benefits and Rewards as CFO in 2004 adding in 2007 the Finance supervision of Personal and Home Services and the South America On-site activities. He also became CFO Continental Europe for On-site Services in 2009.

In 2012, Marc was appointed President, Benefits and Rewards Services for Asia, and successfully developed emerging markets in Asia, opening new operations in Taiwan in 2014 and in Singapore in 2015.

Marc started his professional career in 1990 at Bull, where he held several positions in Finance in India, South Africa and France. He later became a financial controller for Eastern Europe at General Electric Medical Systems.

Marc holds a post-graduate degree in Finance from the Dauphine University in Paris, France.

Marc is French.