EIB finance chief de Mazières to retire
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EIB finance chief de Mazières to retire


The veteran public sector figure will remain at the helm until late this year

Bertrand de Mazières, director-general, finance at the European Investment Bank, will be retiring before the end of the year, GlobalCapital understands.

He remains in charge of the finance activity at the bank until he retires. The EIB is understood to be actively looking for a successor.

De Mazières has had a high profile career in public finance.

Before joining the EIB in 2006, he had been chief executive of the Agence France Trésor. He was also secretary-general and head of CMF services at regulatory agency Conseil des Marchés Financiers for seven years until 2003.

For more than 14 years before that, de Mazières worked at the Direction Générale du Trésor — the French treasury — including as its head of banking office, before later becoming the assistant under-secretary and vice-president of the Paris Club.

The EIB has also recently appointed Marco Zimmermann as its new head of capital markets and treasury. He is expected to start on July 1.

The appointment came after Eric Lamarcq decided to retire.

Zimmermann had been head of funding, treasury, at Deutsche Bank where he worked for nearly 23 years until March 2021. He then moved to fintech firm Acatus in 2021 and Ratepay last year.

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