Alstom appointed Michael Keroullé as president of its Americas Region. Keroullé is responsible for the execution of the “Alstom in Motion” strategy in the Americas and the region’s commercial and operational performance, as well as the continued regional integration of Bombardier Transportation.
In his role, Keroullé is a member of Alstom’s Executive Committee and Leadership Team, reporting to Henri Poupart-Lafarge, Alstom’s Chairman of the Board and CEO.
Keroullé joined Alstom following the company’s acquisition of Bombardier Transportation earlier this year. Previously, he was president and CEO of General Electric Steam Power, a $4.5 billion business with 10,000 employees in 60 countries and a global leader for large systems and services in the energy sector.
During his 24-year career, Keroullé has held several global leadership roles at GE, Alstom Power, and Lurgi, and has worked on four continents. As CCO for GE Steam Power, he drove business growth despite declining market dynamics. At Alstom Power, Keroullé led several multi-unit regional P&L organizations as GM/managing director in the Middle East, India, and Europe.
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