Vincent Drouillard

> Associate Director

Vincent apporte son expérience opérationnelle tant dans le domaine financier que dans celui de la gestion de projets industriels et du business development. Cette large compétence a été acquise tant en France qu’à l’international dans des joint-ventures et des contextes de croissance externe.

After 25 years experience in international groups, Vincent brings his extensive knowledge in finance, project management and business development. He has a large exposure to Asian business context and to joint-ventures. He is mainly experienced in industry sector. Vincent develops training solutions and contents in line with technical and educational expectations of FinHarmony’ clients

Professional history

> FinHarmony – Since 2018

Associate Director

Consulting, development and delivery of training content
Focusing on high value case studies, visual thinking animation and educational game conception.

> Artisans d’Angkor – 2016-2018

CEO
Full responsibility of a 1,200 employees’ Cambodian company
Leading a team of 10 directors and 50 managers
Focused on strategy, financials, commercial developments, labor relationship (2 unions) and interface with governance (corporate, state and employee shareholding).

> FinHarmony – 2012-2015

Senior Consultant

Consulting, development and delivery of training content
Focusing on high value case studies, visual thinking animation and educational game conception.

> Faurecia – 2001-2011

Engineering controlling director in a global organization
Program Manager for automotive components projects (Renault & PSA)
CFO and Executive Committee member (joint ventures in Japan). Business acquisition for Nissan global. Due diligence for acquisition in Korea. Business plan for new Chinese JV.
Finance Director for 2 joint ventures (Turkey), full perimeter including IT

> Passerelles Numériques Training- 2009-2011

Managing Director of NGO training center with 250 students in Phnom-Penh (Cambodia): full responsibility, managing a team of 50, implemented performance indicators, quality approach, and developed partnerships

> Bosch – 1998-2001

Division Finance Controller (3 plants in France). Involved in investment evaluation, outsourcing decisions and delocalization of activities.

> Valeo – 1995-1998

Plant Controller, responsible for monthly closing, reporting, budgeting, accounting, product costing and target costing

> Biscoval – 1991-1995

Finance Director in SME (3 companies – 200 employees), responsible for finance, accounting, treasury, IT. Contributor to several takeovers, including due diligence, restructuring plan, downsizing and relocation

> Arthur Andersen – 1988-1991

Senior auditor, took part in several purchase audits

Degrees

1988

ESCP Europe (Paris)