Grégory Rabuel leaves the management of Altice France and SFR – internal email | Photo credits: DR
PARIS, Aug 23 (Reuters) – Grégory Rabuel, CEO of Altice France and its telecom operator SFR, left office on Tuesday “by mutual agreement with the shareholder”, can we read in an internal email to the Patrick Drahi’s group, seen by Reuters.
Grégory Rabuel is replaced at the head of Altice France by Arthur Dreyfuss, who retains the management of the group’s media activities, on which the continuous news channel BFM TV depends in particular, and at the head of SFR by Mathieu Cocq, current director Executive of the Overseas Zone.
In this email, Altice also announces that it has “terminated the functions” of Fabien Costa, the general public executive director of SFR, who will be replaced by Eric Pradeau, the current general manager of Coriolis who will retain this position.
The newspaper Les Echos was the first to report this information.
According to the daily, which quotes a union source, Grégory Rabuel would have been thanked for “insufficient results”.
(Tassilo Hummel, with Bertrand Boucey)