Mortier appointed deputy chief investment officer of Amundi

Vincent MortierAsset manager Amundi has appointed Vincent Mortier as deputy chief investment officer, a role that will also see him become a member of the firm’s executive committee. Mortier started his career at Societe Generale Group in 1996 and has held a number of senior roles, culminating in the position of chief financial officer (CFO) of the global banking and investor solutions division in 2013. He was previously CFO of Societe Generale corporate and investment banking, co-head of equity finance, deputy head of equity finance and head of strategy and development – global equities and derivatives solutions. Mortier replaces Alain Pitous who left Amundi in 2014. Pitous now holds the role of deputy managing director and partner at independent firm, Talence Gestion. Amundi has assets under management of more than €950 billion worldwide, as of March 31, 2015. ©2015 funds europe

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