FRANCE/UK - Bruno Crastes, the CEO of Amundi UK, and two other key London managers have resigned their posts at the asset manager created through the merger of Credit Agricole Asset Management and Société Générale.
Crastes, who is currently CEO and CIO of Amundi London, has resigned along with Vincent Chailley, head of global fixed income, and Jean-Noel Alba, who is deputy CEO.
A spokeswoman for Amundi said all three will leave the firm tomorrow (16 April) and a new management board will be put in place on 19 April.
Amundi CEO Pascal Blanqué will take on Crastes' role in London too while Lauren Crosnier, previously head of European fixed income, will become CIO.
Hervé Leclercq will also become deputy CEO and COO of the London division which has €22.3bn in assets under management.
The spokeswoman added no changes will be made to the portfolio management team.
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