Groupama AM, the asset management subsidiary of French insurer Groupama, has announced a few changes in its management.
Jean-Marie Catala has named deputy CEO. In his new role, he will be in charge of the firm’s legal, control, risk and development tasks.
The asset management has been split in two divisions.
Gaëlle Malléjac, who was hitherto Groupama AM’s head of Fixed Income, will lead the active asset management team gathering the firm’s expertises in fixed income, equities, convertibles, dynamic asset allocation, multimanagement and financial engineering.
Claire Bourgeois will be responsible for the asset liability management (ALM) team serving Groupama’s clients and external investors.
Both Malléjac and Bourgeois will report to Groupama AM’s CEO Philippe Setbon.
Lastly, Thierry Goudin has been appointed head of Business Development. In his new position, he will oversee commercial, marketing, products communication and client service areas of Groupama AM.
Groupama AM manages €91.2bn as at 30 September 2015.