Graduated from HEC, Jacques Beyssade began his career with Crédit Lyonnais as a financial analyst in London before holding various positions in the same bank in Paris and New York. He was then appointed manager of the bank’s Champs Elysées business center and subsequently Country Manager for Korea. During Crédit Lyonnais’ acquisition by Crédit Agricole, which gave birth to CACIB, he was in charge of debt markets in New York before being promoted to Head of Capital Markets for the Asia-Pacific region at the end of 2005. At the end of 2008, he joined Natixis with the task of identifying and organizing the assets to be run off by the bank, before being appointed Chief Risk Officer in 2009. Since 2015, he has been Chief Risk Officer and a member of the Executive Committee for Groupe BPCE.
On 15 February 2016, Jacques Beyssade joins Groupe BPCE’s General Management Committee as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Risk, Compliance and Permanent Control.
About Groupe BPCE
Groupe BPCE, the 2nd-largest banking group in France, includes two independent and complementary cooperative commercial banking networks: the network of 14 Banque Populaire banks and the network of 16 Caisses d’Epargne. It also works through Crédit Foncier in the area of real estate financing. It is a major player in Asset and Wealth management, Insurance, Corporate & Investment Banking and Specialized Financial Services with Natixis. Groupe BPCE, with its 106,500 employees, serves a total of 31 million customers and enjoys a strong local presence in France with 7,800 branches and 9 million cooperative shareholders.