Title: EVP, Group Quality
Year of birth: 1965
Studies: engineering degrees from Ecole Centrale de Paris
Born in 1965, Philippe Guerin-Boutaud graduated from Paris’ Ecole Centrale and holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Dynamic Systems Modeling.
He joined Renault SA in 1989 and served in various domains such as vehicle performance evaluation, vehicle design, vehicle packaging and manufacturing engineering. In 2002, he has been appointed Manufacturing Engineering General Manager in Valladolid Plant, Spain. In 2006, he was assigned Architecture and Trim & Chassis Engineering Vice President at Renault Technocentre. In 2010, he moved to Korea where he served as EVP, Renault Samsung Motors Engineering. In 2012, Philippe Guerin-Boutaud became Global Program Director for Nissan B-Platform (B-Upper segment, C-Hatch, C-Sedan) and for Japanese Kei-car programs and moved to Japan. In 2014, he was appointed Nissan Corporate Vice President in charge of the Global Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) Business Unit. Responsible for all activities from product & engineering to sales & marketing, he developed strong sales momentum launching new award-winning Pick-Ups Navara and Titan, deepening cooperation with Renault, developing new partnerships and triplicating the contribution to Nissan profit.
In April 2017, he became Senior Vice President, Deputy to Quality and Total Customer Satisfaction Groupe Renault Executive Vice President. He managed directly Manufacturing and Supply Chain Quality.
In April, 2018, Philippe Guerin-Boutaud became EVP, Quality and Total Customer Satisfaction, Groupe Renault.
On January 1, 2021, Philippe Guerin-Boutaud is appointed EVP, Group Quality. He is a member of the Renault Group's Board of Management.