Vincent Drouillard

Associate Director

Vincent brings his operational experience both in the financial field and in the management of industrial projects and business development. This broad competence has been acquired both in France and abroad in joint ventures and external growth contexts.

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)