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Edouard Neviaski joins GDF SUEZ as CEO of GDF SUEZ Trading

GDF SUEZ announces the appointment of Edouard Neviaski as Chief Executive Officer of GDF SUEZ Trading, the Group’s energy trading subsidiary. In March 2012, he will replace Pierre Chareyre, appointed Deputy CFO for GDF SUEZ as from the 15th of February 2012.

As of 1999, Edouard Neviaski took an active part in the partnership between Gaz de France and Société Générale which paved the way for the creation of their common energy trading subsidiary, Gaselys, in May 2001. 

He was CEO of Gaselys from 2001 to 2006, thereafter member of the Board until September 2010, the date on which GDF SUEZ and Société Générale put an end to their trading partnership.

In his former position, Edouard Neviaski was Global Head of Commodities Markets within Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking. 

Edouard Neviaski holds more than 20 years of experience in commodities’ trading and more specifically energy – oil, gas, electricity, coal, CO2 emissions – on an international level – Europe, the US and Asia. 
He was a founding member of ICE and Powernext. 



GDF SUEZ develops its businesses around a model based on responsible growth to take up today’s major energy and environmental challenges: meeting energy needs, ensuring the security of supply, fighting against climate change and maximizing the use of resources. The Group provides highly efficient and innovative solutions to individuals, cities and businesses by relying on diversified gas-supply sources, flexible and low-emission power generation as well as unique expertise in four key sectors: liquefied natural gas, energy efficiency services, independent power production and environmental services. GDF SUEZ employs 218,350 people worldwide and achieved revenues of €84.5 billion in 2010. The Group is listed on the Brussels, Luxembourg and Paris stock exchanges and is represented in the main international indices: CAC 40, BEL 20, DJ Stoxx 50, DJ Euro Stoxx 50, Euronext 100, FTSE Eurotop 100, MSCI Europe, ASPI Eurozone and ECPI Ethical Index EMU.


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