Shareholding structure and governance

Board is a public limited company with a 5-member board which is presided over by Sylvestre Blavet.

Sylvestre Blavet


Graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering from HEI Lille in 1994, Sylvestre Blavet set up two companies between 1994 and 2000, one specialising in wine-making equipment and the other in providing personnel for fish processing. In 2000, he joined Atos as an IT consultant and moved to Dassault Systèmes in 2002, where he took charge of in-house training in 2004.

In 2006, he teamed up with the Billette de Villemeur family in its holding company Groupe CBV Ingénierie and became the company’s chief executive. He turned around its fortunes by ceasing its telecommunications activities and developing its technical assistance services. Then in 2009/2010, he developed its umbrella company services by acquiring SAGE and Ad’missions.

Sylvestre Blavet has been the CEO at since 26 January 2019. He is also the chairman of Groupe CBV Ingénierie, which is the main shareholder in

Yassir Khalid

Lead Director

The holder of a degree from HEC Paris and an executive MBA from Columbia University/London Business School, Yassir Khalid has fourteen years of experience in investment banking, including stints at Leonardo & Co and Crédit Suisse. His various missions have led to him specialising in the telecoms and digital sectors.

These days, Yassir advises and invests in growing companies (raising funds, development)

Mohamed Benboubker


An engineer by training, Mohamed worked in marketing at Procter&Gamble before joining Unilever as financial controller.

In 2000, he set up the Moroccan subsidiary of which specialises in public IT systems, and since 2010 he has developed new recruitment and temporary employment activities with the company.

Olivier Martin


Having studied management (Groupe ESC Reims-NEOMA) and applied mathematics, Olivier Martin embarked on his career in 1995 in the media world, first at Grap&Gides in Lille, and then at Carat in Paris, where he founded Carat Business in 2002. From 2007 onwards, he spent 5 years at the French online marketing company Webloyalty, working with e-commerce experts and internet users and developing customer loyalty tools for platforms.

In July 2012, he joined AD’Missions as their chief executive, and under his leadership the company’s turnover grew from €45M to €90M until it merged with 

Jérôme Teissier


A graduate of Paris IX Dauphine University, Jérôme Teissier began his career in the accounts department of Groupe Hachette and then joined Banque de Marché et d’Arbitrages, where he was responsible for financial markets. Convinced that the profitability of companies depends on the management of contracts, he founded the company Legisway, in which Société Générale and Thalès became shareholders in 2000. This partnership gave birth to Contrat’tech, the first ERP software for managing contracts, disputes, signing authorities, intellectual property and stakeholdings. Contrat’tech rapidly became one of the benchmark contract management software packages.

In 2015, Jérôme Teissier acquired all the share capital in Legisway and offered staff the opportunity to acquire shares in the company.

Claude Tempé


Claude Tempé is a graduate from the University of Paris Dauphine and holds an applied mathematics postgraduate diploma. He started in Ernst & Young consulting firm where he led significant projects to elaborate information systems for major companies. He launched his very own consulting firm in 2000, entitled CARTEM Conseil. He sold his company afterwards, to the ALTI Group in 2003 while 40 people were still working for him. He then became Deputy General Director of this company, revenue estimated at 120 M€ at that time and had 1200 employees. 

Claude Tempé came to Group in 2015 as the CEO until 2018. Today, he wears many different hats as he is the Vice President, the Senior Advisor and the Spokesperson of the Group.

Executive Committee has a 4-member executive committee:

Laurent Levy

Managing Director

Laurent Levy is Managing Director of the group. With 25 years of experience in Digital Technology, he has worked with some of the largest international corporations in the intellectual services industry. He started his career at a major insurance company, before joining the Capgemini group in 1988 as chief engineer.

For 15 years, Laurent dedicated his work to creating high value-added activities at international level for large digital services companies (ESN) including Steria, Transiciel, Capgemini and Atos Origin.
As founder and manager of the European Security Expertise Center for the Capgemini group (ESEC) for five years, he rapidly extended the scope of his work to include the creation and management of cross-functional Consulting activities for the major transformation projects of large clients.
Laurent has created, organized and directed the implementation of very high growth activities as Director for France and member of the management committees of major subsidiaries of global groups.

In 2009, Laurent founded the INOP’S group, which became part of the group in June 2020.

Florent Canetti

Chief Financial Officer

Florent Canetti joined the Finance Department of the group in 2018 as Chief Financial Officer France, after 15 years of experience in finance departments with industrial companies, startups or NGOs. 
Aged 44, Florent Canetti graduated from Emlyon and Aix-Marseille III in Mathematics  Applied to Social Sciences, and hold of a DU in Difficult Business Law from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Mohamed Benboubker

Director of Morocco

An engineer by training, Mohamed worked in marketing at Procter&Gamble before joining Unilever as financial controller.

In 2000, he set up the Moroccan subsidiary of which specialises in public IT systems, and since 2010 he has developed new recruitment and temporary employment activities with the company.

Bernard Rozinthe

Director of SAGE SA

The holder of a degree in environmental engineering from INSA Toulouse, Bernard Rozinthe has more than 30 years’ experience of developing profit centres within companies operating in the nuclear and various industrial sectors, both in France and abroad. He has also acquired experience in property development projects and hotel management.

In late 2009, he joined CBV as the head of SAGE SA, Freelance’s subsidiary dedicated to international projects. He expanded international operations from the Geneva office through two new entities: ADMISSIONS CH and ERGONOS Consulting, which were incorporated into the company in 2016. The Swiss office manages these incorporated businesses and our network of partners in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, the Pacific and North America.


As of 18th June 2021, 37,459,685 shares constituted the company’s share capital. The breakdown of shareholdings is as follows:

Shares Voting rights
Groupe CBV Ingénierie 22 546 588 60.19%
Collaborateurs 2 611 855 6.97%
Flottant 12 301 242 32.84%
Total 37 209 685 100%

The most recent figures for shareholdings and voting rights can be accessed via the link below:

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