People: Airbus SE (AIR.PA)
17 Aug 2017
Mr. Fabrice Bregier is Chief Operating Officer Airbus and President Airbus Commercial Aircraft, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus Group SE since January 1, 2017. He was Member of the Executive Committee, Chief Executive Officer Airbus of Airbus Group SE from May 31, 2012. Prior to assuming this position he was the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Eurocopter since 2003 and became Member of the EADS Executive Committee as Head of the Company’s Eurocopter Division in June 2005. Mr. Bregier began his career in 1983 as test engineer at Creys-Malville nuclear power station and became sales manager at Pechiney (Japan) in 1984. He joined the DRIRE Alsace (Ministry of Industry) in 1986 before being appointed Director of economic and financial affairs with the Ministry of Agriculture in 1989. One year later, Mr. Bregier as Technical Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Trade was responsible for multilateral business affairs and became Technical Advisor to the Minister of Post and telecommunications, in charge of industrial and international affairs. In 1993, Mr. Bregier joined Matra Defense as Chairman of the Apache MAW GIE (co-operation with Dasa) and Chairman of the Eurodrone GIE (with STN-Atlas) before he was named in 1996 Director of Stand-Off activities (Apache, Scalp EG/Storm Shadow) in what had become Matra BAe Dynamics. From the beginning of 1998, Mr. Bregier served as CEO of Matra BAe Dynamics. He was appointed CEO of MBDA, the newly created European Missile Systems Company that was created in 2001 by Aerospatiale Matra, British Aerospace and Finmeccanica. Mr. Bregier graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole des Mines de Paris.
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