Crédit Agricole picks three new CIB deputy chiefs

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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