Euroclear announces appointment of Yves Dupuy as Chief Information Officer
Brussels, 27 November 2017 - Euroclear is pleased to announce, subject to regulatory approval, the appointment of Yves Dupuy as Chief Information Officer. Mr. Dupuy will be based in Brussels and will join the Euroclear Group Executive Committee, reporting to Lieve Mostrey, Chief Executive Officer of the Euroclear group.
Mr. Dupuy joins Euroclear from Societe Generale where he most recently was the Chief Information Officer, Global Banking and Investor Solutions for the EMEA region. He graduated with a postgraduate Masters in Management at Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris.
Announcing the appointment, Ms. Mostrey said: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Yves to Euroclear. His skill and wealth of senior management experience will further strengthen our leadership team. The role of CIO is pivotal to our company as we continue to deliver innovative products, solutions and services for clients.”
Commenting on his appointment, Mr. Dupuy said: “I am very proud to be joining Euroclear. My mission is to deliver a clear strategic direction and provide strong leadership for Euroclear’s technology organisation. I look forward to working with teams across the group, technology vendors and clients to improve technology practices and achieve greater efficiencies.”
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Euroclear group is the financial industry’s trusted provider of post trade services. At the core, the group provides settlement, safe-keeping and servicing of domestic and cross-border securities for bonds, equities and derivatives to investment funds. Euroclear is a proven, resilient capital market infrastructure committed to delivering risk-mitigation, automation and efficiency at scale for its global client franchise.
The Euroclear group includes Euroclear Bank - which is rated AA+ by Fitch Ratings and AA by Standard & Poor’s - as well as Euroclear Belgium, Euroclear Finland, Euroclear France, Euroclear Nederland, Euroclear Sweden and Euroclear UK & Ireland. The Euroclear group settled the equivalent of EUR 655 trillion in securities transactions in 2016, representing 196 million domestic and cross-border transactions. In the first half of 2017, the group held EUR 28 trillion in assets for clients.