Saxo Bank has just announced that it is reshuffling the team at the helm of the company’s French unit. After 9 years at the company, Thomas Jegu will be promoted to the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to succeed the founder of the Saxo Banque France Pierre-Antoine Dusoulier.
Jegu has been promoted after holding a series of key roles at the French unit of the Danish multi-asset brokerage. He joined the French subsidiary Saxo Banque back in 2008 as Head of Sales. After elevating to the rank of Managing Director in 2012, Jegu is now taking the helm to the Paris headquartered arm of the Danish brokerage.
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Commenting on the news, the Global Head of Sales of Saxo Bank, Matteo Cassina, said: ”Pierre-Antoine Dusoulier, Head of Saxo Banque France which he founded ten years ago, has decided to pursue new business opportunities. We thank Pierre-Antoine for his hard work and dedication throughout this period and wish him the very best for his future.”
“Thomas Jegu, will take over the role as President of Saxo Banque France. Having served as Managing Director and daily leader of Saxo Banque France for several years, we are confident that Thomas is the right person to keep Saxo Banque France on its strong growth path and leverage our strong technology and product offering even further,” Cassina elaborated on the promotion.