Both will take up their new positions on September 1.
Ducarroz is currently the CEO of Orange Moldova and will replace Jean-François Fallacher, who is moving to become CEO of Orange Spain. His appointment will be fully ratified when Orange’s supervisory board is able to conduct the necessary formal voting, which should take place on the occasion of its planned meeting on July 21.
Meanwhile, Pinchon will succeed Michaël Trabbia, who will join the Orange executive committee CTIO for the group, overseeing the technology & global innovation division. He will re-join Orange from the Boston Consulting Group; prior to this, he was deputy CEO at Orange France, leading its finance, strategy, transformation and development.
Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière will take over responsibility for the Europe region from Ramon Fernandez, deputy CEO, finance, performance and Europe director. From September 1, she will be leading the Europe perimeter of Orange, which will comprise Belgium, Luxembourg, Moldova, Poland, Slovakia, Romania and Spain.
The rest of the European leadership team remains unchanged, with Jean-Marc Vignolles as COO for Europe, Liudmila Climoc as CEO of Orange Romania, Federico Colom as CEO of Orange Slovakia and Corinne Lozé as CEO of Orange Luxembourg.
Orange is currently recruiting for a new CEO for Orange Moldova, who will be announced in due course.