- Group Chief Investment Officer
Vincent has been Group Chief Investment Officer and member of Amundi's General Management Committee and Executive Committee since February 2022. Previous to that, he has been the Group Deputy CIO of Amundi since 2015. He is a member of the Global Management Committee, the Executive Management Committee and of several supervisory boards.
In his capacity as Deputy CIO, Vincent has been notably instrumental in anchoring ESG at the heart of the investment process across the different active investment platforms of Amundi and the establishment of a strong risk management framework. Playing also the role of Supervisor of the Group’s activities in Asia ex-Japan, he is also very much involved in developing Amundi’s businesses in this region, and played a key role in setting up the joint venture with Bank of China in particular.
He joined from Société Générale CIB where he held several positions within Equity derivatives, most recently as Chief Financial Officer of the Global Banking and Investor Solutions division since 2012. He joined the Société Générale Group strategy department in 2004 where he was in charge of overseeing SG CIB and several Central and Eastern European countries. In 2007 he became Chief of Staff to the CEO of SG CIB. He started his career at Société Générale in 1996 in internal audit.
Vincent holds an MBA from ESCP Europe Business School.
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UK, 18 September 2019
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UK, 18 September 2019
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London, UK, 1 April 2019
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London, UK, 28 March 2019
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London, UK, 5 March 2019
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United Kingdom, 7 February 2019
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United Kingdom, 4 February 2019
After a tough December, which led to an abrupt valuation reset, risk assets rebounded in the first weeks of the year, boosted by a market-sympathetic turn in Fed rhetoric and an increas [...]
United Kingdom, 4 February 2019
Amundi will offer onshore funds in Taiwan thanks to the acquisition of Mirae Asset Global Investments (Taiwan)
London, 1 February 2019 Amundi, the European leading asset manager1 with €1.475 trillion in assets under management2, announces the acquisition of Mirae Asset Global Investments (Taiw [...]
United Kingdom, 14 January 2019
Popularity of active and passive ESG investing boosted by increasing institutional demand 2014 marks a turning point with ESG screening driving outperformance in developed equities wit [...]
United Kingdom, 7 January 2019
Focus on fundamentals to ride turbulent markets Investors are facing an unsettled environment. For 2019 we think it will be key to look at three areas: From economic deceleration to [...]
United Kingdom, 17 December 2018
Strategies for tough markets This year has proven to be challenging for portfolio construction, as well as regarding returns. To put this into perspective, for 2009-17, our analysis sh [...]
London, Royaume-Uni, 13 December 2018
The Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) are a largely spontaneous protest movement that emerged in France, in October. With no declared political affiliation, they called for lower taxes [...]
United Kingdom, 3 December 2018
The latest G20 demonstrates some temporary progress in the US/China relationship. An increase of tariff rates in January 2019 was put on hold and the possibility for an additional tranc [...]
United Kingdom, 12 October 2018
Market sell-off: a late cycle feature where uncertainty due to tariffs, rates and oil prices are sending some red signals. Autumn comes with a change of mood in the market triggered by [...]
United Kingdom, 30 April 2018
While in 2017 financial markets largely ignored geopolitical risks, as they were more inclined to read the Goldilocks narrative, this mood now appears to be changing. In an environment [...]
United Kingdom, 6 April 2018
Stay on course, despite looming noise While still benefitting from a global synchronised growth outlook (likely peaking), financial markets are getting nervous, experiencing the fat [...]
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