Title: Chief Financial Officer
Company: VINCI Group
Location: Moscow, Russia
Isabelle Mathieu, Chief Financial Officer at Vinci Group, based in Moscow, Russia has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business.
Backed by nearly four decades of experience in financial management, corporate operations, board membership, and developing partnerships, Ms. Mathieu has thrived as a chief financial officer at Vinci Group based in Moscow, Russia. The infrastructure company is currently working with highways concession contracts developed in Russia together with Russian partners, among others, and operates with the goal of improving daily life and mobility for all. Ms. Mathieu’s responsibilities are to run big projects on an international basis, including creating and developing new structures like holdings and JVs, and to be familiar with institutional environment interaction. She attributes her success to her ability to obtain support from key people within different organizations. She also believes her multilingual abilities have given her an edge; she is comfortable with French, English, Spanish, Italian, and currently learning Russian.
The highlight of Ms. Mathieu’s career was the opportunity to develop a fully international profile through work assignments in Asia, Latin America and several countries in Europe at Electricité de France (EDF) Group, Thales Group and now VINCI Group. She was also proud of her capacity and resilience in coping with the role of financial director of Razel Group during seven years of continuous and drastic ownership changes, and of her contribution to the conclusion of shareholders’ agreements with the Nordin family members in Sweden to secure EDF a combined majority position into Graninge and an entry point into the Scandinavian electricity market. Additionally, Ms. Mathieu was honored to be recognized for her efforts as a business advisor to the French Embassy in Sweden, Uruguay, the Netherlands, and Singapore from 1996 and 2007. She used her background to be part of “Women Be European Board Ready” for the ESSEC high-level executive program dedicated to corporate governance in 2013.
When Ms. Mathieu has free time, she enjoys pursuing interests like the agricultural field, photography, traveling, and cooking. Her professional designations include an executive master’s degree of advanced studies in international taxation from Swiss University, a master’s degree from ESSEC Business School, and a master’s degree in international economics from French University.
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