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Fabrice Lebecq


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Fabrice Lebecq


Fabrice leads the firm's Chemical and Process Industries Practice in Europe where he focuses on senior assignments for General and Functional Management roles. Additionally, as a core member of the firm's Global Supply Chain Practice, he serves a broad range of clients in areas of Procurement, Manufacturing/Operations, Supply Chain, Planning and Logistics/Distribution. Fabrice is also a recognized functional expert in R&D, Innovation and Business/Corporate Development in broader B2B settings. Based in Brussels, he serves both national and international clients.

Previous Experience


Prior to joining Russell Reynolds Associates, Fabrice spent two and half years at Royal DSM N.V., first as Business Director, Bio-Performance Materials and then as Chief Operating Officer for DSM TCG N.V., a start-up company that develops and markets e-communicative packaging solutions.

Previously, he was the Director, Business Development and Strategy, EMEA for Honeywell Specialty Materials where he led strategic planning and M&A projects for the region as well as commercial developments in the CIS, Turkey and the Middle East. Fabrice began his career with Dow Corning Corporation where he spent over 12 years, between Belgium and the US, in various managerial positions across R&D, Finance, Marketing, Business Development and lastly as Global Product Line and Technology Director, Specialty Chemicals.

Education


Fabrice received his M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Liège, Belgium and his M.B.A. in Finance and Strategy from UCLA Anderson School of Management, California. He is fluent in French, English and Dutch.

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工业, 工业产品, 化学和加工行业, 能源和自然资源, 供应链高管, 高管人才搜寻, 领导力评估


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