Frederique Le Greves, 43, was appointed as Norman's deputy. She had been vice president of corporate information since 2008 after earlier working as head of corporate communications for Nissan Europe and then Nissan North America. She began her career with Opel France in 1991 and later was European communications director for U.S. supplier Delphi.
New Russia boss
Norman and Le Greves' mission is to improve Renault's brand value through marketing, communications and digital media channels, Renault said.
Bruno Ancelin, 53, Renault-Nissan alliance managing director for global sourcing, was appointed managing director of Renault's Russian operations and leader of the Eurasia Region. He succeeds Christian Esteve, 61, who has retired. Both changes became effective Oct. 1.
Ancelin will maintain his current responsibilities and report to Pelata.
After joining Renault's research department in 1982, Ancelin served in various management roles including industrial strategy manager for Renault's manufacturing technologies operations, deputy director in charge of manufacturing at Renault's Flins plant and program director for the Megane, Scenic and Koleos.