Fabrice Morenon | Chief Executive Officer
SNCF Hubs & Connexions

Fabrice Morenon, Chief Executive Officer, SNCF Hubs & Connexions

Fabrice MORENON, Managing Director of SNCF Hubs & Connexions, subsidiary of SNCF Group (state-owned company), is in charge of the international development of stations. SNCF Hubs & Connexions develops all the expertise linked to transports hubs, from financing, conception, exploitation to the optimization of the retail and real estate development revenues.

He holds a PhD in Economics (2003), a Master’s Degree in Business Law from La Sorbonne University (1996) and graduated from Sciences Po Paris (1996). His career path brought him to be a tutor for local councilors, a technical advisor and a Chief of Staff for Ile-de-France Regional Council, and finally a political adviser to the Minister in charge of the relations with the Parliament (2007-2009) under Nicolas Sarkozy presidency.

Fabrice MORENON joined SNCF in 2009 as Director of Institutional Relations, especially for Ile-de-France and Greater Paris. In 2012, he became Director of Public Affairs and International Development at SNCF Gares & Connexions, branch part of SNCF Group in charge of the 3,000 French stations and which intervenes on the international scene by developing the expertise linked to the conception, the exploitation and the development of stations. Within this scope, Fabrice MORENON initiated twinning between Railway Stations: Paris Austerlitz Station/ Shanghai South Station (2015) / Seoul Station / Paris Lyon Station ( 2016 ) …

SNCF Group has settled in Asia and Middle East through its subsidiary AREP (Architecture and Urbanism). As the Managing Director of SNCF Hubs & Connexions, and by leaning on AREP implantations in Middle East, Fabrice MORENON aims at reinforcing the existing partnerships and accompanying transport hub operators to optimize the management of hubs and stations, and maximize the commercial potential.

Fabrice MORENON is also town councilor for Saint-Maurice (Val-de-Marne) since 2001 and Chevalier of the National Order of Merit (2016).

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