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WSJ: Airbus To Name Guillaume Faury CEO

As per a report published in The Wall Street Journal, Airbus Group N.V. (EADSF.PK,EADSY.PK) is about to name Guillaume Faury as the company's next Chief Executive. He will succeed Tom Enders.

Guillaume Faury, Airbus President Commercial Aircraft, was appointed to the role in February 2018. Previously he was President & Chief Executive Officer Airbus Helicopters, since May 2013. Guillaume Faury joined Airbus Helicopters from Peugeot SA, where he served as Executive Vice President for Research & Development and as Member of the Managing Board.

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