Julie Gualino Daly will continue building the Group’s Finance function. Working very closely with Benoit Lacombe, the group’s C.O.O, she will actively participate in its financing strategy, and will supervise the M&A aspect of its business in order to promote further growth.
Before joining Federation, Julie worked for 4 years for the Solocal Group as Director of Finance & Treasury, Purchasing & Real Estate, Investor Relations. After graduating from EM Lyon Business School, she started her career as an auditor, then went on to develop solid expertise in financing and acquisitions in leading investment banks (BNP Paribas from 2005 to 2012, then “High Yield” with Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management, from 2012 to 2018).
Federation will be prominent at Festival de la Fiction de la Rochelle 2022 taking place September 13 to 18, which awards each year the best of French creation.The group is present with no less than 5 screenings scheduled, in the presence of the crews: One of us (French title: Lycée Toulouse Lautrec) in official competition (produced by Fanny Riedberger, Habanita Federation label); Notre-Dame, la Part du Feu, a Netflix event screening (produced by Julien Madon and Aimée Buidine, Cheyenne Federation); Deadly Tropics Season 3 (produced by Thierry Sorel, Federation) and Caméra Café – 20 ans déjà, as a special screening (produced by Marc Stanimirovic, Calt Production); Hate to Love You, in the European competition (produced by Shelter, distributed by Federation).
As a reminder, having recently announced the acquisition of the British production company Vertigo Films (Britannia, Bulletproof, Monsters), a few months after the equally prestigious purchases of groups Robin & Co and Bonne Pioche, in France, Federation Studios, now boasts some 250 staff, in Paris, Los Angeles, London, Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Cologne, Tel Aviv and Brussels, across 25 production companies (not including subsidiaries Robin & Co, Bonne Pioche and Vertigo Films).