Appointments within Natixis Wealth Management

Paris, France, March 18, 2021

Audrey Koenig is appointed CEO of Natixis Wealth Management. She succeeds George Eric de la Bruniere who will take on another role within the Asset & Wealth Management business line. Olivier Bouvet is appointed deputy CEO of Natixis Wealth Management

Audrey Koenig, CEO of Natixis Wealth Management, Marc Riez, CEO of VEGA Investment Managers, and George Eric de la Brunière report to Christophe Lanne, Chairman of the Boards of Directors of Natixis Wealth Management and its subsidiaries.




Audrey Koenig began her career in 1997 as a wealth management advisor at Banque Populaire, before moving to CIC as a private banker. In 2001, Audrey joined Banque Privée Saint Dominique, which became Banque Privée 1818 and, since 2017, Natixis Wealth Management. She successively held the positions of private banker (2001 to 2011), Head of Wealth Management Development (2011 to 2013), and Head of Wealth Management (2014 to 2019), before being appointed deputy CEO in 2019. Audrey Koenig is also a director at the Luxembourg branch of Natixis Wealth Management, of VEGA Investment Managers, of Massena Partners, and of Mirova.



Olivier Bouvet began his career in 1995 with BNP Paribas, first in accounting consolidation then as Management Controller. He subsequently joined General Electric Capital Bank as Treasury Analyst (1999-2000), before joining CDC IXIS AM as a Management Controller for the group, then Deputy Treasurer for the Group (2000-2006). In 2006, he joined Natixis Asset Management (now Ostrum Asset Management) where he successively held the positions of Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Chief Financial Officer. In 2017, Olivier Bouvet joined Natixis Wealth Management as deputy CEO. He is also a director at the Luxembourg branch of Natixis Wealth Management and of VEGA Investment Managers.



Christophe Lanne began his career in 1990 at internal audit in the Banque Indosuez before going on to join market operations in 1995 in Paris and London. In 2002, he moved to Tokyo to take up the position of CEO at Crédit Agricole Indosuez Securities, Japan. In 2005, he moved on to Credit Suisse as Managing Director and COO. In 2010, Christophe joined Natixis as Chief Operating Officer, Corporate & Investment Banking and a member of the Executive Committee. He then became Head of Portfolio Management and Global Transaction Banking, before being appointed Natixis Chief Risk Officer. Since 2017, Christophe Lanne has been Head of Transformation and Talent for the Asset and Wealth Management division and Chairman of the Boards of Directors of Natixis Wealth Management and its subsidiaries.

A subsidiary of Natixis backed by Groupe BPCE, Natixis Wealth Management develops and implements wealth and financial solutions adapted to the needs of clients who wish to increase the value of their estate and organize their assets. Serving business owners, senior management and holders of family estate, the company operates in France and Luxembourg. Natixis Wealth Management numbers over 470 employees and manages €30.7 billion(1).

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(1)Figures as at 31 December 2020