|Born||28 June 1965
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Occupation||Sports President, Genève-Servette HC and Servette FC|
Hugh Quennec (born 28 June 1965, Montreal, Canada) is the current principal owner and president of Geneva, Switzerland's two main sports teams: Genève-Servette HC and Servette FC. Born in Montreal, Quebec to a Swiss mother and a French father, he had been the president of GSHC for a while when Servette FC began experiencing significant financial difficulties in early 2012. He agreed to purchase Servette FC for a symbolic fee of 1.00 CHF in March 2012. Quennec was able to successfully turn around the club's financial difficulties, avoiding bankruptcy and ensuring the club would continue to participate in the Swiss Super League for the 2012-13 season.
- "La personnalité du mois: Hugh Quennec" [Personality of the month: Hugh Quennec] (in French). Tribune De Geneve. 2 May 2012.
- "Hugh Quennec est le repreneur de Servette" [Hugh Quennec is Servette's new owner] (in French). Le Matin. 8 March 2012.
- "Le Servette FC obtient sa licence 2012-2013" [Servette FC obtains its 2012-13 license] (in French). Tribune De Geneve. 24 May 2012.
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