A first successful year for the Solidarity banker programme2019/05/16
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APPOINTMENT Vincent Manuel was appointed Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer at CA Indosuez Gestion
Vincent Manuel was appointed Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer at CA Indosuez Gestion, the asset management subsidiary of CA Indosuez Private Banking, on 1 January 2014.
Vincent Manuel, 37, is a graduate of the Paris Institut d’Etudes Politiques (1998), HEC Paris business school (2001) and SFAF, the French society of financial analysts (2004).
He began his banking career with BNP Paribas in 2002 where he was involved in mergers and acquisitions for the Private Banking and Asset Management businesses. He continued his career in mergers and acquisitions with Bank of America in 2004 and then Citigroup in 2006.
He joined Crédit Agricole S.A.'s Strategy and Corporate Development Department in 2008, where he played an active role in the strategic development of the Private Banking and Asset Management businesses. In 2011, he became Head of Marketing at Crédit Agricole Private Banking.
Vincent Manuel has been a Director of Indosuez Gestion since 28 November 2011.
About CA Indosuez Private Banking
With more than €22 billion in assets under management at 31 December 2012, CA Indosuez Private Banking, subsidiary of Crédit Agricole Private Banking in France, is one of leading private banks focusing exclusively on wealth management. It serves a diverse range of clients including business owners, executives, family offices, non-profit organisations and foundations. Its CA Indosuez Gestion subsidiary is active in two main segments– discretionary management and the management of open-ended or dedicated funds specially designed to meet the needs of affluent clients.
About Crédit Agricole Private Banking
Crédit Agricole Private Banking comprises all of the Crédit Agricole Group subsidiaries specialised in wealth management. Backed by the financial strength of the Crédit Agricole Group, Crédit Agricole Private Banking has operations in all the major international financial markets:
- Europe: France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco and Switzerland
- Asia: Hong Kong and Singapore
- Middle East: Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Dubai.
- Americas: Brazil, Miami, Uruguay.
Crédit Agricole Private Banking employs a total of nearly 2,800 people in 15 countries and manages €94 billion in financial assets, which places the group among the leading European players in the sector (December 31, 2012).