99 Advisory appoints Nicolas Breteau as Senior Managing Partner to develop its UK franchise

One of the key players in advisory services on strategy, organisation and regulation for financial services, 99 Advisory announces the appointment of Nicolas Breteau as Senior Managing Partner.

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One of the key players in advisory services on strategy, organisation and regulation for financial services, 99 Advisory announces the appointment of Nicolas Breteau as Senior Managing Partner. He is tasked with developing the UK franchise. This appointment reinforces the global market expertise of the firm and confirms its international development.

Nicolas Breteau graduated from Kedge business school in Bordeaux with a Masters degree in Management and Finance. He started his carreer in 1993 in the inspection department of MATIF S.A, now Euronext.

He went on to join FIMAT (Société Générale Group), where he has occupied various managerial roles in financial control, middle and backoffice. In 1998 he joined the London office to become Head of Risk EMEA and in 2002 became CEO of FIMAT UK. In 2005 he was promoted to CEO of FIMAT EMEA. In 2008 FIMAT merged with Calyon Financial (Groupe Crédit Agricole) to create Newedge, which rapidly became the world leader in listed derivatives clearing.

In 2009 Nicolas Breteau became Global Head of Sales and Front-office, and then CEO of Newedge Group in 2010. He resigned from his position in 2014 when Newedge’s activities were taken over by Société Générale.

With 20 years of experience in Clearing, Prime Brokerage, electronic trading and market infrastructure, Nicolas Breteau brings with him a large network of relationships with banks, asset managers, hedge-funds, as well as large corporates.

« We are thrilled to welcome Nicolas and to benefit from his recognised international expertise. His arrival demonstrates that our culture is to deploy professionals who have extensive industry knowledge and that our full commitment is to support our clients in France, but also in Luxembourg and the UK» said Olivier Dyer, CEO of 99 Advisory.

« Financial Services are going through a vast technological, economical and regulatory transition and Financial Services parties are looking for support from advisors who have had first hand experience in those fields. My decision to join 99 Advisory is based on their strong technical expertise, their prestigious client list and their constant search for added value as a service provider » declared Nicolas Breteau.

Next Finance , October 2015

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