Former MD of Russia and India at DLL Joins Invigors EMEA
OCT 24, 2019 - 6:10 am
Alexander d’Huc joined asset finance consulting and services firm Invigors EMEA, the European arm of The Alta Group, in Austria.
His appointment strengthens the growing Invigors’ team in Europe and brings additional focus to addressing rapidly changing client and market environments. d’Huc has enormous international business experience, having lived or worked in many countries, including Russia, India, China, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Switzerland and Belarus. His previous roles include MD of DLL Russia, CCO Central & Eastern Europe and most recently MD of DLL India.
He commented, “The European vehicle and equipment asset finance markets are currently facing major disruptive challenges and I’m delighted to bring my personal experience of managing turnarounds and challenging environments to a new customer base through Invigors and Alta.”
Patrick Gouin, executive director of Invigors EMEA, said, “Alexander’s strong strategic thinking along with his practical experience of driving and embedding process change exploiting the latest digital technologies in both green and brownfield environments will be of enormous benefit to our clients.”
Invigors EMEA is a consulting and technical services firm providing growth solutions for asset and vehicle finance companies, industry suppliers, manufacturers and captive finance organizations.
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