|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 11 board members in 1 different organizations across 4 different industries.|
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Mr. Jean-François Lequoy serves as Head of Investment Solutions for Insurance at Natixis. Mr. Lequoy serves as the Head of the Insurance Division at Natixis Assurances S.A. He served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Assistant General Manager at Allianz France, S.A. He served as Deputy Managing Director of Life & Financial Services at Allianz France, S.A. and served as its Chief Financial Officer since 2001. Previously, Mr. Lequoy worked as an Assistant Manager in ...
87, rue de RichelieuPhone: 33 1 44 86 20 00
Paris, Ile-de-France 75002
Fax: 33 1 44 86 42 42
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Chairman and Head of the Insurance Division
Ecole Nationale De La Statistique Et De L'administration Economique Paris
Ecole Polytechnique France
Institut des Actuaires
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