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Spain Appointment of Yves Le Gélard as General Manager of Fujitsu Services Continental Europe

abril 23, 2008

Yves Le Gélard, 48 years old, HEC, who is in charge of the Fujitsu Services merger & acquisitions programme, has been promoted to the position of General Manager of Fujitsu Services Continental Europe

His mission will be to manage the whole activities in Continental Europe and to execute Fujitsu group strategy. He retains his responsibility for merger & acquisitions activity in Europe.

Fujitsu Services Continental Europe operational headquarters will be located in France.

Following the acquisition of TDS in Germany and Mandator AB in Sweden, Fujitsu Services plans to continue its dynamic acquisitions policy for continental Europe.

Yves Le Gélard will be in the management team of David Courtley, Chief Executive of Fujitsu Services. He succeeds Andrew MacNaughton who becomes Managing Director of the public sector business unit in the United Kingdom.

Before joining Fujitsu Services in 2006, Yves Le Gélard worked for Cap Gemini and IBM where he was in charge of several areas including the outsourcing business.

About Fujitsu Services

Fujitsu Services is a leading European information technology services company. Its business is helping its customers realise the value of information technology through the application of consulting, systems integration and managed service contracts. It serves customers in the private and public sectors across Europe including retail, financial services, healthcare and government. With an annual turnover of £2.56 billion (€3.22 billion), it employs over 21,000 people across 20 countries. Headquartered in London, Fujitsu Services is the European IT services arm of the US$53 billion (€32.9 billion) Fujitsu Group. Visit or for more information.

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Date: 23 abril, 2008