Philippe Chanzy was appointed Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer of Ossiam

He was previously responsible for the structuring of ETFs at Lyxor Asset Management ...

Article also available in : English EN | français FR

Philippe Chanzy, 40, was appointed Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer of Ossiam, the first European firm focussing on ETFs strategy. He reinforces Ossiam’s team. The firm will launch its first products in early 2011 after required approval by the AMF.

Philippe joined Societe Generale Group in 1995 after engineering studies at the Ecole des Mines de Nancy and a HEC Master of International Finance. Philippe Chanzy held several positions in the Capital Markets from 1995 to 2003: research engineer, financial engineer then fx derivatives sales.

In 2003, Philippe Chanzy joined Societe Generale Asset Management Alternative Investments. Head of a team of seven financial engineers, he is responsible for the design and structuration of products within structured management division.

In 2009, he joined Lyxor Asset Management, a subsidiary of Societe Generale, where he became responsible for the structuring of ETFs.

Bruno Poulin, President of Ossiam welcomes the arrival of Philippe Chanzy. "This is an important step for Ossiam. Philippe’s experience will contribute effectively to the launch of future products. And we continue building our team to be able to launch our first product line in early 2011. "

Next Finance , December 2010

Article also available in : English EN | français FR

Share
Send by email Email
Viadeo Viadeo

Focus

People Moves Redundancy plan: Société Générale to join the party

The announcements of job cuts in investment banking continues. After a year fueled by rumors, Société Générale has officially announced the implementation of a voluntary departure plan for approximately 880 investment bankers (...)

© Next Finance 2006 - 2022 - All rights reserved