FRANCE - CDC IXIS Asset Management has reorganised its senior management team and appointed Thierry Dissaux as chief executive officer, France.
Dissaux will head all Paris-based operations and replaces Emmanuel du Boullay who resigned at the end of 2002.
Prior to his arrival, Dissaux was director of corporate development and communications at CDC IXIS since August 2000.
Thierry Dissaux will now chair an operational executive committee for France along with three directors, including chief investment officer Roland Calvo, director of information technology Franck Fournelle and Hervé Guinamant who has been appointed business development director.
He is also a member of the group executive committee and will also chair the supervisory board of the private capital management group.
The Paris-based office focuses on the group’s entire range of euro/European bond products, euro/European equity, global balanced products, and certain alternative investments.
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