Amundi Taps Nesreen Srouji as its Middle Eastern CEO

Srouji comes over to Amundi after multiple roles at Standard Chartered over the past eight years.

Amundi SA, a French asset manager that is majority-owned by international lender Credit Agricole, has secured the services of former Standard Chartered executive Nesreen Srouji, who joins the group as its newest Chief Executive Officer (CEO) – Middle East, with immediate effect, Finance Magnates has learned.

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In her new role as the CEO of Amundi, Ms. Srouji will be based out of the group’s Dubai office, focusing not only on Dubai but the broader Middle Eastern region. She joins Amundi from Standard Chartered, having worked at the lender for nearly eight years. During her time with the group, she held such roles as an Executive Director, Private Equity as well as her most recent position as the Managing Director, Head of Investors & Public Sector, Head of SWFs, Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA).

Nesreen Srouji, CEO – Middle East, Amundi

Prior to Standard Chartered, she worked at NBK Capital as its Vice President (VP), as well as entry level roles at Goldman Sachs, dating back to 2002, according to information made public on her Linkedin profile.

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