Amundi’s thematic boutique, CPR Asset Management has announced five appointments.
Nadine Lamotte has been named deputy CEO of CPR AM. Prior to joining the firm, she was deputy CEO of Etoile Gestion.
Formerly, Lamotte held various roles at Societe Generale, including the former asset management branch of the group SGAM. She started her career at Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations in 1990.
Isabelle Poulain-Nicolas has joined the corporate sales team. She was hitherto working at Amundi where she was responsible for Amundi’s sales and business development towards Banque LCL clients. Poulain-Nicolas began her career at Credit Lyonnais, where she held sales positions targeting institutional and corporate clients.
Sarah Grymann has been appointed within CPR’s institutional sales team. Having started her career at Credit Lyonnais in 1990, Grymann has been a credit analyst and a chargé d’affaires towards large companies. From 2002 to 2010, she was senior manager in charge of structured finance for coporate clients at LCL.
Since 2011, Grymann was a sales person for major accounts within Amundi’s division in charge of company savings plans.
Delphine Pelloile joined the marketing team as a product specialist. She has been working within Amundi group since 2001. She held various sales roles at Amundi in the Middle East, in Central Europe and in Canada. Pelloile became a specialist of Shariah funds in 2010.
Antoine Gougeon has been appointed as financial engineer within CPR’s research team. He started his career in 2006 as an engineer at Credit Agricole AM (Amundi). Gougeon also worked in Amundi’s middle and front office teams.