Newen Studios makes three executive appointments

The company promoted Christen Debauve to Director Performance and Projects, appointed Julie Delormeau as Group Head of Legal, and welcomed Emmanuel Allanos as Group HR and CSR Director. 


Newen Studios confimed plans to leverage its management team with three new senior support function appointments. Upon assuming their roles, the executives are set to report to Deputy CEO of Newen Studios, Anna Pugacewicz, who oversees all support functions.

Julie Delormeau joins Newen Studios as Group Head of Legal. Delormeau will be responsible for all legal, business affairs, lobbying, compliance and ethics activities for the Newen Studios group. Christen Debauve has been promoted to Director Performance and Projects. Under the new role, Debauve will be tasked with supporting all Newen Studios business units and subsidiaries in implementing transformation processes and tools, enabling them to better manage and optimize the performance of the Group's activities. He will also oversee the Group's
Information Systems and General Affairs. Emmanuel Allanos joins Newen Studios as Group HR and CSR Director.  Under his new role, Allanos will be tasked with overseeing the Group's Human Resources policies, including talent attraction, development and engagement, as well as social relations. He will also be in charge of Corporate Social Responsibility policies.

Allanos has 20 years' international HR experience. With a Master's degree in Private Law from the UK’s University of Nottingham, and a Master's degree in Employment Law from the University of Paris Il, he has worked for Schlumberger, Norbert Dentressangle, Gemalto and then Areva, where he spent seven years in the US as Global HR Director for their American business. Allanos then spent six years at Imerys, where he was HR & Communication Director for the Ceramics Division, before becoming Group Talent Director. His most recent positions include HR & Communication Director at NTT Cloud Communication and HR & CSR Director at Deepki.

Delormeau joined the TF1 Group in 2000 after completing a Master's degree in Private Law and a Master's degree in Management and the Media at Paris Dauphine. After various roles within the
legal departments of the Group's entities, such as TF1 International, TF6-Série-Club, TF1 Licences, she spent six years overseeing the Group's channels (Antenne / Information / Production / Sport) before taking over the legal department of SALTO, which she ranfrom the company’s inception to its recent closure. Debauve is an expert in international management and project administration . A graduate of IAE Bretagne, he held various financial positions within Bouygues Telecom during his 14 years at thecompany, before becoming Finance Director for six years at "the Fork", a subsidiary of Tripadvisor. He joined Newen in 2020.