Amaury d’Orsay has been named head of fixed income investment platform at Amundi, succeeding Eric Brard who is retiring.
He joins from Credit Agricole CIB where he was global head of financial institutions sales for global markets since 2018.
In a further move, Giles Dauphiné has been promoted deputy head of fixed income investment platform. He joined Amundi in 2019 as head of Euro alpha fixed income.
Both d’Orsay and Dauphiné assume their new roles on 2 August.
The news comes as the France headquartered asset manager also names Kerry Ching (pictured) as chief executive of Amundi Hong Kong.
She has over two decades of experience in financial services across Asia.
Her most recent role was manging director of AMP Capital Asia, where she worked from 2012 to 2019.
Prior to AMP, she was country head at FIL Investment Management (Hong Kong), managing director at UBS Global Asset Management (Hong Kong) and chief executive at Invesco Hong Kong.