Tag: Anne Lauvergeon

Andrew Hill

Quotas have provided a lightning rod for debate about gender balance in the corporate sector ever since I started writing about the subject, covering such events as the pioneering Women’s Forum in Deauville and latterly our own Women at the Top conference. In recent years, even those who initially opposed firm quotas – such as Anne Lauvergeon of Areva and Christine Lagarde, France’s finance minister – have started to come round to the idea. (more…)

Liz Bolshaw

This week I interviewed Anne Lauvergeon, chief executive of Areva – the world’s largest builder of nuclear reactors and the number one miner of uranium.

Lauvergeon’s journey to the top of Areva is very French, graduating from her elite education at the École des Mines de Paris to the Elysée Palace and then the senior ranks of government-owned interests. As a physicist mineur she is one of an elite, predominantly male, tribe. (more…)

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