Patrick Serre has been appointed chairman of French investment house CCF-SEI Investments.
He succeeds Didier Bouchard, who will now work as managing director of Be Partner - CCF's asset management company specialising in B2B fund distribution.
Serre joined CCF-SEI Investments in November 2000 as a member of the executive board responsible for institutional business.
He has spent most of his career at Fortis Investment Management, where his main positions were as head of the corporate client base in France and Europe, and then as director of the institutional client base in France. I
CCF-SEI Investments was set up in September 2000 and is 50% owned by HSBC CCF AMG, the holding company that owns CCF's asset management businesses and 50% by SEI Investments.
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