Olivier Allard, Jean Hurelle and Pierre-Yves Lestringant have joined the team of senior bankers at the Caisse Nationale des Caisses d’Epargne (CNCE).
The Corporate & Institutional Customers Department, managed by Laurent Vieillevigne, coordinates the promotion and actions of the business activities developed by Groupe Caisse d’Epargne for its major customers, in particular the clientele of the Investment Banking Division and its subsidiaries: IXIS Corporate & Investment Bank, IXIS Asset Management and the future IXIS Investor Services.
Jean Hurelle is in charge of relations with central banks and supranational entities. Olivier Allard, based in London, is responsible for dealings with the banking and insurance industry in the United Kingdom and Germany. Pierre-Yves Lestringant is in charge of relations with Large Mid Caps in the chemical, pharmaceutical, industrial capital goods, and IT services industries.
Olivier Allard (46) was appointed Managing Director at Bear Stearns in 2002, responsible for debt instruments and structuring products. He obtained a degree in engineering from Ecole Suprieure d’Electricit (Supelec) and a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Paris I.
Jean Hurelle (53) developed his entire career within IXIS CIB, notably as manager of the franc and foreign currency treasury desks and, subsequently, as head of the “monetary desk”. In May 2003, he became central treasurer of IXIS. He graduated from the Actuaries School of the Paris Bourse.
Pierre-Yves Lestringant, 50, became a senior banker at Crdit Lyonnais / Calyon in 2000. He holds a master’s degree in law in addition to a degree from the Institute of Political Science in Paris, and is a graduate of the Program for Management Development run by the Harvard Business School.