Axioma, a provider of risk management solutions for buy-side institutions, has announced its latest senior move, culminating in the appointment of Amaury Dauge as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with immediate effect, per a recent Axioma statement.
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In his new role as the CFO of Axioma, Mr. Dauge will be based out of the group’s New York office, following a relocation from Paris, where he was working most recently. He comes over to Axioma from Euronext, having worked in a similar role since January 2014. In this capacity, he helped spearhead the exchange’s financial and legal dealings with NYSE Euronext, as well as its acquisition by ICE (Intercontinental Exchange), and the initial public offering (IPO) of Euronext.
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Additional roles include positions as the Senior Vice President (SVP) for Corporate Planning & Analysis at NYSE Euronext, dating back to late 2009, part of a lengthy fifteen year career with the exchange group.
According to Sebastian Ceria, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Axioma, in a recent statement on the appointment: “With Axioma’s growth accelerating worldwide, Amaury’s extensive international M&A and investment experience will play an important role in our continuing success. Axioma is pleased to be able to attract outstanding candidates, such as Amaury, who recognize the strengths and growth potential of our company.”
“Axioma’s momentum is building quickly as the company is increasingly perceived as the innovator and thought-leader in the rapidly evolving risk space. It’s an exciting time to be joining an exciting company, added Mr. Dauge in an accompanying statement.
The move is Axioma’s second marquee addition to its executive team in the past few weeks, after adding Sunay Shah as its Head of Multi-Asset Class Solutions late last month. Since joining the group, Mr. Shah has helped grow the group’s sales team in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region.