Olivier Livenais replaces Mathieu Ferragut, who has been appointed Head of Americas Region, Crédit Agricole Private Banking.
Olivier Livenais began his career with Société Générale in 1998 as Organizational Project Manager. He joined the Crédit Agricole Group in 2000 at the General Inspectorate, where he held the positions of Inspector then Head of Mission. In 2007, he moved to Crédit Agricole Private Banking as Finance, Risk and Strategy Manager. Since the holding company was set up in November 2011, he has been Finance and Supervision Director.
Olivier Livenais is a graduate of Ecole Supérieure de Commerce business school, Grenoble (1998).
Last July, Mathieu Ferragut was appointed new Head of the Americas Region at Crédit Agricole Private Banking, based in Miami. Mathieu Ferragut is in charge of managing and coordinating the Crédit Agricole Private Banking business in South America and developing customer and service synergies across the countries in the region.
Mathieu Ferragut began his career with Crédit Lyonnais Singapore in 1996 as Information Systems Project Leader. In 1998, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Crédit Lyonnais Private Banking Asia. In 2000, he joined the Miami branch of Crédit Lyonnais, where he held the positions of Chief Operating Officer and Chief Compliance Officer for seven years. He was appointed Deputy CEO of Crédit Agricole Miami Private Banking in 2007, then CEO in 2008.
Mathieu Ferragut graduated from Institut Supérieur de Commerce business school in 1993. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance (1994) and a Master’s degree in Finance (1995).