Elior Group announces the appointment of Pascal Lefèbvre as Group Chief Compliance Officer. He reports to Philippe Guillemot, Chief Executive Officer of Elior Group, and is a member of the Group Management Committee.

In his newly created position as Chief Compliance Officer, Pascal Lefèbvre is responsible for implementing compliance regulations and internal-control procedures up to, and including compliance control monitoring. He oversees control procedures, counsels and trains managers on these issues and monitors actions carried out to identify areas of improvement.

This appointment stemmed from the increasing amount of regulations concerning the fight against corruption, as well as corruption law, safety at work, ethics, and personal-data protection. As such, Pascal Lefèbvre ensures that legislation in force is respected in all of the Group’s operating countries so that employee actions are constantly in compliance with the ethical principles of Elior Group.

Pascal Lefèbvre (58) graduated from the Essec business school and also holds a masters degree in accounting. He began his career with Arthur Andersen in 1984 as an accounting auditor. In 1988, he joined Métrologie International where he served as Credit Manager before becoming Financial Director of indirect sales. In 1993, he moved to Elior Group to take up the position of Director of Consolidation, Taxation and Accounts. In this post, he was involved in acquisition, merger and disposal operations for the Group and oversaw the consolidation and implementation of homogenous accounting standards with the deployment of a new consolidation tool, in preparation for the Group's market flotation. In 2000, he became Group Financial Director for international operations where he was involved in the Group's development outside of France, as well as ensuring the smooth, swift integration of acquisitions and, as of 2006, overseeing the contract catering division of Elior France. Between 2010 and 2018, he served as the Financial Control Director of Elior Group. As of 2014, following the Group’s second market flotation, he implemented an internal-control and risk-management process at all of the Group’s subsidiaries. Until 2015, he was in charge of acquisitions and disposals.