CACEIS shakes up Private Equity division
March 20, 2018

CACEIS has recruited Bruno Bourbonnaud, former Global Head of the Financial Institution sector of CACIB, Crédit Agricole's Investment Banking arm. Bourbonnaud is brought on as Global Head of CACEIS's Private Equity, Real Estate and Securitisation division, and joins the group's Executive Committee. In his many years within CACIB, he has gained extensive experience in finding solutions for corporate and financial institution clients for their working capital and international trade needs.

Joe Saliba, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of CACEIS in charge of Business Development, IT and Operations, commented: "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."

In addition, CACEIS's former Head of UK PERES Business Development, Arnaud Garel-Galais, has been appointed as Global Head of PERES Coverage and Business development for the entire CACEIS group. CACEIS says that Garel-Galais has recently led many successful deals that have boosted its standing in the competitive UK PERES market.





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CACEIS has recruited Bruno Bourbonnaud, former Global Head of the Financial Institution sector of CACIB, Crédit Agricole's Investment Banking arm. Bourbonnaud is brought on as Global Head of CACEIS's Private Equity, Real Estate and Securitisation division, and joins the group's Executive Committee. In his many years within CACIB, he has gained extensive experience in finding solutions for corporate and financial institution clients for their working capital and international trade needs.

Joe Saliba, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of CACEIS in charge of Business Development, IT and Operations, commented: "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."

In addition, CACEIS's former Head of UK PERES Business Development, Arnaud Garel-Galais, has been appointed as Global Head of PERES Coverage and Business development for the entire CACEIS group. CACEIS says that Garel-Galais has recently led many successful deals that have boosted its standing in the competitive UK PERES market.



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