Amundi announces the appointment of Gabriele Tavazzani as CEO of Amundi Austria, effective 1 May 2020. He takes over from Werner Kretschmer who has decided to leave the company for personal reasons. Werner Kretschmer will remain advisor to Amundi Austria.
Gabriele Tavazzani, Chief Executive Officer, Amundi Austria.
Gabriele Tavazzani is appointed Chief Executive Officer of Amundi Austria GmbH (effective 1 May 2020), where he has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer since 2018. Before joining Amundi Austria GmbH, Gabriele was Chief Executive Officer – President of the Management Board and Chief Investment Officer of Amundi Polska TFI S.A. (2015-2018).
Prior to that, Gabriele held the position of Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Board Member of Amundi Italy SGR SpA from 2009 to 2015. Before that, he served, still in Italy, at Crédit Agricole Asset Management SGR SpA as Head of Sales and Marketing (2007-2009), Head of the Sales team for the Group’s Banca Intesa Network and Intesa Private Banking (2006-2007) and as Head of Sales and Business Support (2000-2005). Gabriele began his career at Crédit Agricole Indosuez Holding Italia as Financial Manager Analyst (1996-1998) and subsequently as Head of the “Euro Project” (1998-1999).
He has been working with the Crédit Agricole Group since 1996 and has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry.
Gabriele studied Economics and Finance at the University “Luigi Bocconi” in Milan.
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