Pierre-René Lemas will not go to the end of his mandate. The Elysée palace has decided to replace it. While waiting to find his successor, he will ensure the interim.
Pierre-René Lemas will not go to the end of his mandate. Named in 2014 to the directorate general of the Caisse des dépôts by François Hollande, he had to stay at the head of the institution until 2019. But the new tenant of the Elysée palace has decided otherwise. Aged 66, he has reached the statutory retirement age from the prefecture.
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In a press release, Pierre-René Lemas, wrote : “concerning the duration of my mandate, in the uncertainty of the law, I said that I will rely on the decision of the President of the Republic. The President informed me that he had decided to proceed with my replacement.” However, he recalled that “despite a difficult financial context, the results are again very positive in the first half.” It also shows you have “served, and reformed this great institution of the Republic with all of the personal, in order to adapt to the world post-crisis, moralizing practices, investing heavily in the housing, and the closer to local communities while renewing deeply the scope of the Group.”
Until his or her successor is appointed, perhaps by the end of the week, Pierre-Rene Lemas announced that it will assume “the continuity of the general direction of the Group at the service of the general interest“.read also
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