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January 11, 2021 -

Véronique Bourgois appointed as Managing Director of Arval Luxembourg

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After almost 23 years of experience at Arval, Véronique Bourgois replaces Gerry Wagner at the helm of Arval Luxembourg – a leading provider of operational leases for company cars and mobility solutions.

Véronique Bourgois has spent most of her career at Arval. She joined the company in 1998 and helped to set up the Luxembourg entity. She served as Sales and Marketing Director before her appointment as Managing Director of Arval Luxembourg toke effect on 1 January 2021.

In parallel, Gerry Wagner moved to Arval’s head office to take up the role of Director of Institutional Relations at Arval. This newly created post will see him represent Arval before international policy and decision-making bodies, contribute to the governance of professional leasing and vehicle rental associations, and speak out on Arval’s behalf regarding major decisions taken at European Union level (data, tax, energy transition, etc.). He will stay on as a director of Arval Luxembourg and continue with his duties as a spokesperson for the House of Automobile and vice-president of mobiz (association combining the main short- and long-term car rental providers in Luxembourg).

Véronique Bourgois marked her appointment with the following statement: “I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank Gerry for the hard work he has put in over the past 15 years and for his commitment, which has enabled us to become a key player on Luxembourg’s operational leasing market. In almost 15 years, our workforce has increased five-fold and our fleet of vehicles on the road has gone from 1,500 to over 10,000! I am both proud and extremely excited about this new challenge. It is now my responsibility to make sure that we are providing all our clients with even more innovative mobility solutions while placing service quality at the centre of our day-to-day activities.”