Natixis appoints global head of Compliance
Isabelle Maury (pictured) and Christophe Lanne have been appointed respectively as global head of Compliance and chief risk officer of Natixis, owner Banque Populaire Caisse d’Epargne (BPCE) has announced, alongside with the appointment of Jacques Beyssade as chief risk officer of BPCE.
Beyssade replaces Maury in his new position while Lanne takes the duties of Beyssade. All of them will take up their duties on 4 May.
Beyssade served as chief risk officer and member of the executive committee of Natixis since July 2009. He started his career in 1984 as a financial analyst for the Crédit Lyonnais in London.
He was head of the Champs-Elysées Corporate Business Center (1994- 1997) before being appointed country manager for Korea (1997-2001) and assuming responsibility for the credit markets in New York (2001-2005).
In 2006, he joined Calyon where he was head of Capital Market Activities for the Asia-Pacific region. In October 2008, he was appointed head of the Supervision & Active Management of Risks Department in the corporate & investment banking (CIB) division of Natixis.
Maury joined Natixis in 2004. She held several positions such as head of the Middle Office’s Capital Markets’ activities and deputy head of the Middle Office of the wholesale banking financing and capital markets division. In 2007, she was appointed chief risk officer for Groupe Banque Populaire and later for BPCE following its creation in 2009.
Maury began her career in 1992, working as a senior auditor within the Banks and Financial Institutions departement of Deloitte.
She then joined Crédit Lyonnais’ Equity Markets department in 1995 to head up the supervision of risks and results for Asia and London.
Maury also worked at Societe Generale. She pursued her career as deputy head of Middle Office Fixed Income at SG Corporate & Investment Banking’s Debt and Financing department before being appointed in 2002 global head of Audit of Market Activities (Fixed Income, Treasury, Commodities and Derivatives).
In this position, she covered seven international offices located in New York, Paris, Sydney, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and London.