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Frédéric Le Guen takes over from Olivier Colcombet as head of Belambra Clubs

Belambra Clubs has appointed Frédéric Le Guen as new CEO. He takes over from Olivier Colcombet, who had been running the holiday club operator since 1997.

Belambra Clubs has announced the appointment of the group's new CEO Frédéric Le Guen, who joined the company in May 2015 as Chief Operating Officer. He is now responsible for consolidating the growth of the whole group, in particular by strengthening its presence on the European market.

Frederic Le Guen began his career as a consultant at Roland Berger consulting firm, after obtaining an MBA from INSEAD. He first joined Darty group, then Fnac and finally the Amazon platform, where he was in charge of sales and growth of the Fulfillment by Amazon unit in France. He recently led operations at Belambra alongside his founder before heading the group.

Belambra Clubs, the leader of holiday clubs in France, is owned in totality by Caravelle, the investment holding company of the Martel family, which entered the company's capital in 2014 and acquired the shares held by the Caisse des Dépôts at the end of 2016. 

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