There’s a new director of e-sales and strategy for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region at Credit Agricole – Cecilia Mignucci, Finance Magnates has learned.
According to Mignucci’s LinkedIn profile, she started her new position with the French Bank in March of this year and is based in England’s capital and most populous city in the United Kingdom, London.
Her promotion to the director of e-sales and strategy for the EMEA region follows eleven years of working for the French-headquartered bank. Initially, Mignucci joined the company as an equity derivatives sales assistant in February of 2008.
Based in Frankfurt, Germany, she worked for Calyon, the corporate and investment bank of Credit Agricole, in the front office as a sales assistant for equity derivatives and capital markets. This entailed Mignucci supporting the sales team in charge of the German and Austrian market, her LinkedIn states.
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From here, she went on to work in foreign exchange (forex) focused positions, such as FX options trading, eFX sales, eBusiness sales in forex, rates, and credit, amongst other positions.
At Credit Agricole, her most recent position was Head of eBusiness Americas, a position she held from May of 2016 until February of this year. For this role, Mignucci was based in New York, her LinkedIn states and she focused on FX, credit, and rates.
During her tenure with the company, she has also been a Vice President of the firm’s eBusiness unit for FX, credit, and rates from March of 2016 until May of the same year.
Cecilia Mignucci’s Career Before Credit Agricole
Before her career with the French bank, Mignucci also had two internships – one at CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets in 2007 based in Hong Kong and another with Brunswick Group in 2006 in Germany.
In addition to her career in the financial industry, Mignucci also has a number of educational qualifications, namely, a DEUG, or a General Academic Studies Degree from the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle where she studied from 2003 until 2005.