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Lahoud to leave Airbus

With the upcoming end of his mandate as a Member of the Group Executive Committee (GEC), Marwan Lahoud, 50, will leave his current position as Head of International, Strategy and Public Affairs of Airbus effective end of February. Lahoud has been a Member of the GEC for ten years and served the company in different roles over 20 years.

As Head of M&A at Aerospatiale Matra, he was a key player at the creation of EADS in 1999/ 2000 and contributed to the integration of Airbus in 2001, he successfully piloted MBDA for five years before taking over Strategy, Marketing and M&A which recently became International, Strategy and Public Affairs.

“Marwan has been a key player in the top management of our company ever since its creation back in 2000,” Airbus CEO Tom Enders commented. “Over all these years he contributed very significantly to the formation, strategy and international development of our Group. Marwan was also instrumental for the integration of the Group and the development of our corporate structure over the last five years. I wish him much success in the future.”

Marwan Lahoud’s succession will be subject to further notice, said Airbus.

Date: February 14, 2017
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