Private equity management shake-up for CACEIS

CACEIS adds Crédit Agricole investment banking head in private equity division.

By Joe Parsons

CACEIS has bolstered its private equity division with a new management line-up, including the addition of Bruno Bourbonnaud from Crédit Agricole.

Bourbonnaud was previously global head of the financial institution sector of Crédit Agricole CIB, the investment banking arm of the French bank.

At CACEIS he will take on the role as global head of its private equity, real estate and securitisation (PERES) division.

He will be joined on the management team by CACEIS’s former head of UK PERES business development, Arnaud Garel-Galais, who has been appointed as group head of PERES coverage and business development for the entire CACEIS group.

“As our Private Equity division increase in scope and scale, we have been actively seeking a Global Head with the management experience and solutions-orientated nature of Bruno,” said deputy CEO of CACEIS, Joe Saliba, who is in charge of Business Development, IT and Operations.”

“We are delighted to be able to leverage our tight-knit relationship with our sister companies within Crédit Agricole’s large client division, and we know that Bruno is keen to help us grow our private equity, real estate and securitisation business and find new solutions for clients within the CA group.”

CACEIS holds €170 billion in assets under custody in PERES funds for clients around the world.