Olivier Vigneron is Chief Risk Officer of Natixis and a member of the Senior Management Committee.
He has twenty years of experience in the financial industry, primarily based in London. He began his career in 2000 as a credit derivatives trader at Goldman Sachs, holding successive senior trading positions across several banks before joining J.P. Morgan’s credit derivatives trading desk as a managing director in 2008. Olivier moved to J.P. Morgan’s Risk department in 2012 as Head of Model Development and Capital Analysis, with responsibility for the implementation of Basel III advanced capital models globally. In 2015, he was named Chief Risk Officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Firmwide Risk Executive for Market Risk, with oversight for market risk globally. He also sat on the supervisory board of Frankfurt based bank J.P. Morgan A.G., serving as chair of the risk committee.
He joined Natixis in his current role in 2020.