Our Group Management Board is a corporate body composed of at least three members elected by the Supervisory Board. The Management Board members are appointed based on objective criteria such as their expertise, competences, experience, diversity and independence.
The Group Management Board is entrusted with the management and general affairs of the Company. In addition, its main powers and duties include notably the following matters:
- ensuring compliance by the Company with the provisions of applicable law and regulations;
- development and implementation of the Company’s strategic plan;
- preparation and approval of the Company’s financial statements and related reports;
- creation of executive committees for dedicated tasks and supervision of its activities; and
- reporting to the Supervisory Board.
The Group Management Board is assisted by two working executive committees, each acting within its specific area of expertise.
The permanent working committees of our Group Management Board are: the Group Executive Committee and the Country Executive Committee.
Our Group Management Board currently consists of three members, including our CEO.
CEO and Co-Founder
Gianbeppi Fortis holds a graduate degree from Politecnico di Milano as well as an MBA from INSEAD.
Before co-founding Solutions 30 in 2003, he was employed as a project manager and technical consultant for companies like SITA Equant, Motorola, and IBM. Later, he served as the general manager of Kast Telecom, SIRTI France, and RSL Com Italy.
COO and Co-Founder
President of the Executive Committee
Karim Rachedi graduated from ESSEC Business School with a master’s degree in computer science.
Before he co-founded Solutions 30 in 2003, he started his career in import-export and then worked as an IT consultant, where he designed and optimized entire IT system workflows and organizations.
Amaury Boilot is a NEOMA Business School – Supdeco Program (formerly ESC Reims) graduate and holds an MBA in corporate finance from Kent University.
Before joining Solutions 30 in 2014, he started his career at EY as an auditor and later as senior consultant and manager. After managing the PC30 and Money 30 business units for the organization, he was appointed to the Group Management Board as CFO in May 2017.