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Daniel Caclin has resigned as CEO of Equant; board proposes Charles Dehelly as replacement
December 24, 2004
AMSTERDAM -- Equant (NYSE: ENT) (Euronext Paris: EQU) announces today that Mr. Daniel Caclin has resigned as CEO of Equant and member of its management board. Its Supervisory Board, at the recommendation of a special nominating committee, will propose to Equant's shareholders that they appoint Mr. Charles Dehelly as member of Equant's management board and chief executive officer of the company.
Quote from Barbara Dalibard, Chairman of Supervisory Board: "Daniel has completed its mission of integration of Equant business structures and helped build the company's value added services portfolio. We thank him for his dedication to the company during these last four years.
We welcome on board Mr. Charles Dehelly, who has demonstrated his track record in managing international high-tech businesses in challenging environments. His appointment will allow to strengthen the management of the company."
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