Anne-Malorie Géron has been nominated Vice President, EU Affairs at Fortum as of 17 August, 2015. The position is new and she will be located in Brussels. Géron will report to Esa Hyvärinen, Senior Vice President, Corporate Relations.
Anne Malorie holds a Master Degree in European Law from the College of Europe, Belgium as well as a Master Degree in International Tax Law from University of Paris Sud XI, France.
Prior to her appointment Géron has been working for EURELECTRIC, the European association representing electricity industries in Brussels, for 17 years in various managerial positions. Since 2014 she has been the Head of Energy Policy and Generation in EURELECTRIC. In this position, one of her main tasks was to influence the development of an EU governance model that aims at more streamlined, consistent and cost-effective policy-making.
"EU-level policies and legislation play a crucial role in setting the energy and climate framework which directly affects energy companies and the role of EU will increase in the future. I am very pleased to welcome Anne-Malorie to Fortum. Her industry expertise and extensive experience provide an excellent starting point for developing Fortum’s EU affairs activities further," says Esa Hyvärinen.
Esa Hyvärinen, Senior Vice President, Corporate Relations, Fortum, tel. +358 10 453 2244
Fortum’s purpose is to create energy that improves life for present and future generations. Catering to the versatile needs of our customers, we generate, distribute and sell electricity and heat, and offer related expert services. Our operations focus on the Nordic and Baltic countries, Russia and Poland. In 2014, Fortum’s sales totalled EUR 4.75 billion and comparable operating profit was EUR 1.35 billion. We employ approximately 8,800 people. Fortum’s shares are traded on the Nasdaq Helsinki. www.fortum.com