Title: Chief Digital & Information Officer, Renault Group
Year of birth: 1968
Studies: Ecole Centrale Paris (ECP 92)
Born in 1968, Frédéric Vincent graduated from Paris’ Ecole Centrale. He began his career as IT Manager for the Bouygues Group in Spain. He very quickly turned to multimedia and accompanied the arrival of digital in the audiovisual industry.
From TF1, he moved to TPS where he worked in various IT, technical, audiovisual, new services and marketing fields and where he launched the TPS-paid package. In 2006, when TPS was acquired by CANAL+, he was entrusted with the Development Department of CANAL+, and 3 years later the creation of the Canal Experience Department with the mission of transforming the customer experience. As Technical & Information System Director, he led the digital transformation of the Canal+ Group by developing, through digital technologies, everything related to customers’ experience in terms of access and consumption.
Frédéric Vincent joined Groupe Renault in 2016 as Chief Information Officer, drawing on his expertise in the media industry, which was touched by digital early on. He is also Chairman of the Renault Digital subsidiary created on January 1, 2017 and in charge of the Groupe Renault’s Digital Transformation.
In February, 2019, Frederic Vincent is appointed Senior Vice President, Information Systems and Transformation and remains Chairman of Renault Digital.
In April, 2019, Frédéric Vincent became Executive Vice President, Information Systems and Transformation of Groupe Renault and Chairman of Renault Digital.
On January 1, 2021, Frédéric Vincent is appointed EVP, Group IS IT / Digital. He is a member of the Renault Group's Board of Management.
On February 1, 2023, he is appointed Chief Digital & Information Officer. He becomes a member of the Leadership Team, which replaces the Board of Management (BOM) and the Corporate Management Committee (CMC). This new single management body’s mission will be to ensure the strategic and operational management of Renault Group activities.