Technology provider Axioma announced today that it has appointed Amaury Dauge as company president.
A newly created role, Axioma’s president will be responsible for “enhancing execution” and the operational management of the company.
In his new role, Dauge will report to Sebastian Ceria, Axioma’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
“In an environment of increasing competition and shrinking margins, investment managers must up their game by leveraging best-of-breed solutions, analytics and data, all interoperably driven by modern, cost-efficient technology,” said Ceria.
“Amaury’s appointment as President,” he continued, “will ensure that we fully optimize our internal resources in order to deliver the capabilities our clients need to achieve competitive advantage.”
Old face, new role
Dauge is no stranger to Axioma. He’s been with the technology company since June of 2016.
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He joined as Chief Financial Officer and, since October of 2017, has also been working as Chief Operating Officer.
According to a statement issued by Axioma on Wednesday, Dauge will stay in his current roles, even as he takes on his new position as president.
Prior to working at the technology firm, he was Chief Financial Officer at Euronext, a position he had held for two years.
In fact, it was at Euronext that Dauge spent the bulk of his career. He joined the exchange operator as a mergers and acquisitions analyst in 2001.
After several years at the firm, he then worked with the New York Stock Exchange, which was acquired by Euronext in 2007.
Over the course of close to eight years, Dauge worked in a number of different roles at the exchange before being appointed Euronext CFO in 2014.
“Over the past three years, Axioma has almost doubled its headcount and extended its global footprint in support of our expanding client base,” said Dauge. “As we continue to grow, my focus will be on making sure that Axioma has the right structure, processes and resources to deliver on our vision at scale, while maintaining the unique collaborative approach to client problem-solving that is Axioma’s hallmark.”