Change and appointment to the Natixis Executive Committee: Fouad Chéhady is appointed Head of Transformation and Business Efficiency Christophe Eglizeau becomes CEO of Natixis Interépargne
Fouad Chéhady has been appointed Head of Transformation and Business Efficiency, member of the Natixis Executive Committee. He will be reporting to Laurent Mignon, CEO of Natixis. Fouad Chéhady will take up his duties on March 1, 2018.
Christophe Eglizeau has been appointed CEO of Natixis Interépargne. He will remain a member of the Natixis Executive Committee. He will be reporting to Gils Berrous, member of the Senior Management Committee in charge of Specialized Financial Services. Christophe Eglizeau has been Head of Transformation and Business Efficiency.since 2016 and will take up his duties on December 1, 2017.
Fouad Chéhady started his career at Crédit Mutuel in Strasbourg in 1987. In 1990, he became Head of Treasury and Financial Control at Crédit Agricole d’Alsace. He joined the Caisse d’Epargne network in 2000. Initially CFO of Caisse d’Epargne Franche-Comté, he was appointed member of the Management Board in charge of Finance, Risks and Operations of Caisse d’Epargne Ile-de-France Nord in 2003. Since 2008, he has been a member of the Management Board in charge of Finance and Operations of Caisse d’Epargne Normandie.
Fouad Chéhady, 55, holds a Master’s degree in Banking and Finance from the Faculty of Law of the University of Strasbourg (1986) and a Master’s degree from the Commercial Institute of Nancy (1987).
Christophe Eglizeau started his career at Crédit du Nord as Head of Financial Planning and ALM in 1995. In 2001, he was appointed Head of Financial Control and ALM at Crédit Foncier. In 2004, he became Deputy Head of Corporate Development at Caisse Nationale des Caisses d’Epargne, where he managed the bank’s partnership and acquisition projects (excluding retail). He joined Natixis in 2007 as Heas of Business Management of the Specialized Financial Services division. Christophe Eglizeau was appointed Head of Business Management of the Corporate & Investment Banking division in 2012. He became Head of Transformation and Business Efficiency in 2016.
Christophe Eglizeau, 50, holds an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management.
Natixis Interépargne, the Natixis subsidiary dedicated to employee savings, is No. 1 in account- keeping with close to 3 million accounts and 27.63%(1) market share.
For over 45 years, Natixis Interépargne has been providing support in the area of supplementary remuneration to companies to sustainably promote their human resources policy vis-à-vis their employees, and plays a major role in terms of innovation.
Natixis Interépargne today holds a prime position in the PERCO (collective retirement savings scheme) market with 29.72% market share in account-keeping and 28.14% market share in assets under custody(1).
(1) Source: French Asset Management Association (Association française de gestion financière), as at June 30, 2017