Amundi announces the appointment of David Harte as CEO Amundi Ireland. He is also Deputy Head of the Operations, Services and Technology Division, reporting to Guillaume Lesage and is a member of Amundi’s Executive Committee.
David Harte, CEO Amundi Ireland
David Harte is Chief Executive Officer, Amundi Ireland Limited and Deputy Head of the Operations, Services & Technology Division of Amundi, and is member of Amundi’s Executive Committee. David is based in Dublin and was formerly Global COO of Pioneer Investments, Ireland.
He has been working in the Investments industry since 1989 and was with Pioneer since 2003.
Prior to Pioneer, David was COO at Bear Stearns Bank plc, Dublin. He has also worked at a number of financial institutions in London.
He holds a BA (Honours) Degree in Economics and Geography from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
Head of Ireland and Deputy Head of the Operations, Services and Technology Division
He has been working in the Investments industry since 1989. He joined Amundi (ex Pioneer Investments) as Global COO. Prior to this, he was COO at Bear Stearns Bank plc, Dublin. He has also worked at[...]Read more
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