Appointments to Natixis’ Executive Committee
Alain Gallois has been appointed Chief Executive Officer, Corporate & Investment Banking, Asia Pacific, and member of Natixis’ Executive Committee. He will replace François Riahi, who was recently named co-Head of Corporate & Investment Banking, in charge of Financing & Global Markets, and member of the Natixis Senior Management Committee. Based in Hong Kong, Alain Gallois will report to François Riahi and will take up his new role in July 2016.
Christophe Eglizeau has been appointed Head of Transformation and Business Efficiency, member of Natixis’ Executive Committee. He will report to Laurent Mignon, Chief Executive Officer of Natixis.
Alain Gallois started his career in the Financing and Treasury Department of SNCF in 1992. He then joined Compagnie Parisienne de Réescompte (CPR) as a trader on money-market products in 1994, before becoming Head of Corporate Investor Relations on Fixed-Income Products then UCITS, and then Head of Bond Origination. In 1999, he moved to Natexis Banques Populaires (now Natixis) with responsibility for bond origination. In 2003, he became Chief Origination Coordinator for Debt and Equity business and in 2009 he was named Head of Primary Markets within Natixis’ Fixed Income & Commodities business. In 2012, he became Global Head of the Debt Platform and Head of Fixed Income & Treasury Sales. Since 2015 he is been Global Head of Fixed Income.
Alain Gallois, 48, graduated from EDHEC.
Christophe Eglizeau began his career in 1995 at Crédit du Nord as Head of Financial Planning and ALM. In 2001, he is appointed Head of Financial Control and ALM at Crédit Foncier. In 2004, he became Deputy Head of Corporate Development at Caisse Nationale des Caisses d’Epargne, where he managed the bank’s partnership and acquisition projects (excl. retail). He joined Natixis in 2007 as Corporate Secretary of the Specialized Financial Services division. Christophe Eglizeau is appointed Head of Business Management of the Corporate & Investment Banking division in 2012.
Christophe Eglizeau, 48, holds an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management.