Amundi CEO Perrier steps down as firm reports highest-ever profit in Q4

Pedro Gonçalves
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Amundi CEO Yves Perrier is stepping down after more than a decade heading up the firm he helped turn into Europe's largest asset manager. Perrier will become chair of Amundi's board as he passes the reins to Valérie Baudson (pictured) on 10 May. Baudson currently heads Amundi's exchange-traded fund business as well as its thematic investing unit. The French firm was created in 2010 following a merger of the asset management arms of banking giants Crédit Agricole and Société Générale. The change of leadership was announced as the firm reported its highest-ever profit in the fourth q...

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