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Gustave Gauquelin is Deputy CEO & Secretary General of ADP International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Groupe "Aéroports de Paris", in charge of airport investments and operations abroad. Groupe ADP currently manages and operates 27 airports worldwide, and welcomed in 2017 more than 228 million passengers.
Gustave Gauquelin joined ADP International in September 2017. Prior to that, Gustave started his career in the French Directorate General of the Treasury, supporting the expansion of French companies in Russia, Ukraine and the CIS. He then joined the French Governement Shareholding Agency (Agence des Participations de l'Etat, APE), where he successfully managed the French State's EUR 800m investment in PSA Peugeot Citroën, enabling a strategic turnaround of the company and a profitable disposal of the shares by the French Government. In 2014, Gustave joined the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London, where he served as an Alternate Director, representing the French Government at the Bank's Board of Directors. In 2016, the EBRD invested more than EUR 9.4bn in its 36 countries of operations, notably in infrastructure and energy. In 2016, the EBRD recorded a net profit of EUR 985m.
As Deputy CEO of ADP International, Gustave Gauquelin currently serves as a Board Director in AIG (concessionary of Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan, which welcomed 7.9 million passengers in 2017), Liège Airport (one of the leading European airport for cargo, with around 700 000 tons transiting its each through its facilities), and ADP-Ingénierie (a global leader in airport design, with more than 700 references worldwide).
A former student of French civil service school ENA, Gustave Gauquelin is a graduate from Sciences Po and Diplom-Politolog of the FU Berlin.