Consulting in restructuring and management of major projects for companies in receivership
Alexandre Bachelier joined ARCOLE INDUSTRIES in 2011 after seven years at Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers as a consultant in restructuring. He has worked on major receivership projects (notably Rover France and Lehman Brothers).
Financial leadership, turnaround, and general management
Within the subsidiaries of ARCOLE INDUSTRIES, Alexandre Bachelier managed several financial departments, in a context of reorganization and strong restructuring of the companies taken over. He takes part in various restructuring operations before being nominated as Chairman of Phenix Group in 2016. Once Phenix was back on a profitable growth track, thanks, in particular, to the development of new activities, Alexandre completed the divesture of the Group, which was sold to TEXACORP in 2018.
Alexandre also participates in the development of ARCOLE INDUSTRIES by carrying out investment. He thus led the takeover of Champeau, Gau, CEM DIP and TMB, specialised for the design, manufacture, and distribution of a wide range of high-performance timber frame. He becomes CEO of these companies in 2020.
Alexandre Bachelier graduated from the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Toulouse.
Consulting in corporate finance and restructuring
After five years of consulting in corporate finance and restructuring at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Paris, Delphine Inesta joined ARCOLE INDUSTRIES in 2009.
Development of ARCOLE INDUSTRIES and turnaround of companies taken over
Delphine participates in the development of ARCOLE INDUSTRIES by carrying out investment processes from sourcing investment opportunities to closing deals. She also intervenes on an operational level as CEO of some of the companies taken over, for which she carries out reorganization and development operations.
In particular, Delphine led the acquisition by ARCOLE INDUSTRIES of the PHENIX Group (in 2015) and the SOLICE Group (in 2016), two groups of which she became CEO, and which were successfully turnaround.
Delphine won the 2019 HEC Women Reward for leadership.
Delphine is General Secretary of AIR, the French association for turnaround investors.
Delphine Inesta is a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure and graduated from HEC.
Quentin de Veyrac
Consulting in restructuring
After four years of consulting in restructuring at Eight Advisory in Paris, Quentin de Veyrac joined ARCOLE INDUSTRIES in 2020.
Take-over, turnaround and development of companies
Quentin takes part in the development of ARCOLE’s subsidiaries by bringing them his operational support. He is in particular executive director of one of them, NEW MAISONNEUVE KEG.
At holding level, Quentin also contributes to new investment projects, carrying out due diligences, and participating to negotiation processes.
Quentin graduated from ESCP Europe and holds a Business & Tax Law Master degree from the University of Sorbonne.
Investment banking and industry
Renaud Sueur joined ARCOLE INDUSTRIES in 2009 after eight years in the industry (Schlumberger) and in investment banking (BNP Paribas).
Take-over, turnaround and development of companies
Renaud Sueur intervenes on an operational level in some subsidiaries of ARCOLE INDUSTRIES to implement or supervise reorganisation / development projects. As such, he became CEO of GIRARD-AGEDISS (specialized transport), BENALU (manufacturing of industrial vehicles) and NEW MAISONNEUVE KEG (stainless steel kegs).
He also participates in the development of ARCOLE Industries and its subsidiaries by carrying out investment and disposal processes. He thus led the takeover of SLS GROUP (build-up for the GIRARD-AGEDISS), the acquisition of BENALU, the acquisition of MEGA (build-up for BENALU), the takeover of MAISONNEUVE CITERNE (build-up for BENALU) or the disposals of LAMBERET and GIRARD-AGEDISS.
Renaud Sueur graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique.
President of the Supervisory
From the Ministry of Industry to the management of companies
André Lebrun began his career at the Ministry of Industry. He joined the Groupe Générale des Eaux in 1985 and was general manager of the Montenay group from 1988 to 1992 before managing Esys-Montenay from 1992 to 1995.
From 1993 to 2002, André Lebrun led various LBO operations of companies of which he then became President (Compagnie Industrielle et Maritime, CGPS and Eurogestion).
Initially partner at CARAVELLE, today partner and CEO of ARCOLE INDUSTRIES
While a Partner of Pierre-André Martel within the CARAVELLE group, André Lebrun became CEO of Sonovision-Itep in 1999, then of Sedoc, until 2006. He in parallel led the takeover of the company XP, and became its CEO. The turnaround of this loss-making company was achieved in less than a year.
André Lebrun also carried out the restructuring of BENALU and of LAMBERET, two industrial companies that have ever since experienced sound and stable profitability, strong international growth and great advances in innovation.
André Lebrun graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and is a Corps des Mines engineer.