Laurent Crosnier appointed chief executive of Amundi London branch
Laurent Crosnier has been promoted to the position of chief executive of Amundi London branch.
He will retain his current title of chief investment officer and continue to act in this capacity.
The investment business of Amundi London branch covers global fixed income, absolute return, currency, emerging debt, global corporate bonds and global equities.
Crosnier reports to Pascal Blanqué, deputy chief executive of Amundi in charge of the institutional investment division and chief investment officer of the Amundi Group.
Blanqué says: “With the appointment of Laurent Crosnier we are pursuing our ambition to make London a centre of excellence for the management of all products with a global remit be they credit including government bonds and emerging market debt, or developed market equities. Building on the strong expertise of the London teams, including the new additions to those teams, Laurent will have the skills and resources to effectively drive the business forward."
Crosnier began his career as a futures trader at Oddo in 1989. He joined Crédit Agricole Asset Management in 1991 as a euro fixed income portfolio manager. In 1997, he became portfolio manager specialising on euro corporate, before being promoted to head of euro corporate and high yield management.
From 2006 until 2008, he was head of inflation, duration and credit at CAAM's euro fixed income and credits department before becoming head of euro fixed income and credit. In April 2010, he was appointed chief investment officer of Amundi London branch.
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