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He joined Nissan Europe, as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer in May 2014. Since 1 June 2016, Thierry Piéton has been Senior Vice President, Controller of Groupe Renault. In February 2020, he became Deputy Chief Financial Officer and SVP, Controller, Renault Group. On January 1, 2021, he was appointed Renault Brand Finance and a member of Renault Group Corporate Management Committee.


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