Jean-Bernard LÉVY

Jean-Bernard LÉVY
CEO of EDF

A graduate of École Polytechnique (class of 1973) and Telecom Paris Tech, Jean-Bernard Lévy, 64, began his career at France Télécom in 1979 as a works engineer at the Angers office. In 1982, he became responsible for the management of senior managers and staff budgets at the headquarter and then Deputy Chief of Personnel. In […]

A graduate of École Polytechnique (class of 1973) and Telecom Paris Tech, Jean-Bernard Lévy, 64, began his career at France Télécom in 1979 as a works engineer at the Angers office. In 1982, he became responsible for the management of senior managers and staff budgets at the headquarter and then Deputy Chief of Personnel. In 1986, he was appointed technical advisor to the office of Gérard Longuet, Minister for Postal and Telecommunications Services. 

From 1988 to 1993, Jean-Bernard Lévy managed the Telecommunications Satellites business of Matra Espace, which became Matra Marconi Space. In 1993 and 1994, he headed the cabinet of Gérard Longuet, Minister of Industry, Postal and Telecommunications Services and Foreign Trade. In 1995, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Matra Communication. In 1998, he joined Oddo et Cie as Managing Director and then Managing Partner. 

In the summer of 2002, Jean-Bernard Lévy joined Vivendi. He was Chief Executive Officer until April 2005, and became Chairman of the Management Board in April 2005, until June 2012. From December 2012 to November 2014, he was Chief Executive Officer of the Thales Defence and Aerospace Group. Since November 26, 2014, he has been Chief Executive Officer of the EDF Group. 

Jean-Bernard Lévy, married, with 4 children, is an officer of the Legion of Honour and an officer of the Ordre national du Mérite 

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