Dangote Cement appoints new Chief Finance Officer

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Following the resignation of Brian Egan from Dangote Cement Plc, the Board and Management of the company has appointed Guillaume Moyen as acting Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

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Moyen whose appointment will take effect from Friday, March 1, 2019, is taking over from Egan who recently resign to be with his family in Ireland.

A glimpse into Moyen’s career

Moyen is an accomplished professional strategic finance leader with 20 years of experience in supporting investors and senior executive teams to successfully position and enable organisations to seize profitable long-term growth opportunities in mature and emerging/ frontier markets.

His professional career cuts across Finance, Risks Management, Governance, Internal control, IT, and Procurement, working in various sectors like Construction & Mining, Manufacturing and Engineering, Consulting, Nuclear energy solutions and ICT.

Moyen has prodigious strategic, management and transformational change experience working in companies like Areva/Orano Group and joining DCP from Ola Energy Group, a multi-billion Euros African Group where he was the Group CFO/Head of Finance.

Moyen has an MBA degree from Columbia Business School, New York, a Chartered Accountant (French Chartered Accountant Organisation, Paris, France) and a Certified Internal Auditor (Institute of Internal Auditors Florida, USA).

Dangote Cement FY 2018 results

Dangote Cement recently released its audited full-year 2018 results. Revenue increased from N805 billion in 2017 to N901 billion in 2018. Profit before tax rose from N289 billion in 2017 to N300 billion in 2018. Profit after tax jumped from N204 billion in 2017 to N390 billion in 2018.