Baudson will take over at the asset manager in May, with current CEO Yves Perrier becoming chair of Amundi’s board.
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Valérie Baudson has been appointed CEO of Amundi, Europe’s largest asset manager.
She will take over from current CEO Yves Perrier in May. Perrier will then become chair of Amundi’s board.
Baudson joined Amundi 14 years ago and has held a number of leadership roles in the company. She has been a member of the Amundi executive committee since 2013 and a member of the general management committee since 2016.
Perrier said: “I am pleased that Valérie Baudson has been chosen by the board, because I have total confidence in her ability to continue and amplify Amundi’s development trajectory. It is the choice of competence, contin
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