Designed to align the organization with its strategic imperatives, these changes will put Bureau Veritas in an ideal position to seize key future growth opportunities.
Firstly, Bureau Veritas aims to leverage the full potential of growing market opportunities specific to each region, and to facilitate the scaling of solutions and improve resource utilization. As a result, Bureau Veritas has decided to split the Asia-Pacific and Middle East region into two new regions: Middle East, Caspian Sea & Africa on the one hand and Asia-Pacific on the other.
Secondly, the role of Executive Vice-President, Corporate Development & Sustainability has been created to reflect Bureau Veritas’s ambition to make sustainability central to its activities and to accelerate the development and execution of its strategy.
Finally, the position of Chief Digital Officer (CDO) has been created to drive innovation through broad digital enablement to capture increased efficiency and productivity in BV’s internal operations, and to develop new solutions and provide a differentiated customer experience for BV’s clients.
To fill these roles, Bureau Veritas is pleased to announce the following appointments effective January 1, 2024:
Juliano Cardoso, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Development & Sustainability;
Surachet Tanwongsval, Executive Vice-President Commodities, Industries & Facilities, Asia-Pacific;
Philipp Karmires, Executive Vice-President and Group Chief Digital Officer.
For more information, please read the press release available on Wendel’s website.