Crédit Agricole picks three new CIB deputy chiefs

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By Jasper Cox
06 Jan 2021

François Marion has left his position as deputy chief executive of Crédit Agricole's corporate and investment bank, and the bank has reshuffled titles — giving new roles to Pierre Gay and Didier Gaffinel, among others.

Marion, who was the CIB's only deputy CEO, resigned effective January 1 and is retiring on June 30. Rather than picking just one replacement, the bank has chosen three.

The CIB has selected Jean-François Balaÿ, Olivier Bélorgey and Pierre Gay (pictured) as deputy CEOs and second executive directors, ...

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