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Christian Duvillet has been appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of LCL Le Crédit Lyonnais.
Mr Duvillet, 56 years old, has a degree in political science and a masters in law. He has been a director of Crédit Lyonnais since 2003, and was previously Chief Executive Officer of Caisse Régionale de Crédit Agricole d'Aquitaine. After starting his career with the Société Générale group, in 1976 Christian Duvillet joined Crédit Agricole, where he held senior management roles within various Regional Banks.
Mr Duvillet will join LCL on 15 September 2005, and will be part of the Executive Committee chaired by Georges Pauget, LCL's Chief Executive Officer.
In particular, Mr Duvillet's duties will include the implementation of the business plan and the deployment of LCL's new commercial position.
LCL is the new name for Crédit Lyonnais.
Since it became part of the Crédit Agricole S.A. Group in 2003, the scope of LCL's activities has focused on individual, professional and SME customers in France.
LCL currently has 6,000,000 customers, 1,900 branches and 27,000 employees.