Hubert de Boisredon

Hubert de Boisredon
Chairman and CEO of ARMOR

Born on 1 August 1964 in Suresnes, France, Hubert de Boisredon is a graduate of HEC business school.
He began his career in 1986 by setting up the first Chilean venture capital company and subsequently founding the Contigo microcredit bank, which he headed up to 1993. He then pursued an international career with Rhône-Poulenc Chemicals (becoming Rhodia in 1998 and subsequently Solvay) where he successively held the posts of sales & marketing manager, head of the photo & polymerization inhibitors business unit, deputy CEO of Rhodia Japan, and deputy CEO and later CEO of Fine Organics Asia-Pacific, one of the three Rhodia divisions in Hong Kong. In 2002, he became global CEO of Pharmaceuticals Ingredients for Rhodia in France. 
Hubert de Boisredon joined ARMOR in 2004 as CEO. In 2008, he was named Chairman & CEO of ARMOR.