Ebury Onboards Anne-Sophie Mathieu as Its New Country Manager of France
Ebury announced that it has onboarded Anne-Sophie Mathieu as its new Country Manager of France, effective July 2021.
According to an official press release shared with Finance Magnates, Anne-Sophie Mathieu, a senior veteran with more than two decades of experience, has been named by Ebury, a fintech company offering financial solutions targetted mostly at SMEs and midcaps, as its new Country Manager of France.
Mathieu will lead Ebury’s activities in the French market following its partnership with La Banque Postale, a French bank, to support French SMEs in their international activities. She will take on the responsibility of executing Ebury’s international strategy by accelerating the company’s growth in France, drawing on her experience and knowledge of the international banking system.
Chronicling Mathieu’s Career
Prior to the announcement, Mathieu served Groupe Credit du Nord for close to a decade. Initially, in November 2011, she began as Head of IRD / FX Sales. She spent just over six years fulfilling the requirements of the role. She received a promotion in May 2016 and took on the role of Mandataire Social. Then in January 2018, she became Head of Treasury, FX, Sales and Trading chez Groupe Credit du Nord.
Before this time, Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking (SGCIB) made good use of her experience in FX Sales to Corporate clients. She succeeded in the role during the four years and three months she was there.
Earlier in December 2005, she joined BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking and again worked for FX Sales to Corporate clients.
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Additionally, at BNP Paribas Fortis Private Banking, she became the Conseiller en Gestion de Patrimoine where she spent almost three years.
Also, Mathieu was an M&A Junior Analyst in Corporate Finance for BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking. This stint started in May 2001, and she fulfilled the duties until December 2002.
Mathieu’s career began as an Assistant Gerant for Oddo Asset Management in April 2000 although the stint was brief.
Passion, Determination and Enthusiasm
Anne-Sophie Mathieu, Country Manager of France, commented: “I am honoured and happy to join the Ebury team. I am determined to accelerate the development of Ebury’s activity in France with passion, determination and enthusiasm. Foreign exchange solutions are vital for SMEs in France to conduct business internationally with activities ranging from making payments to securing trade finance. Ebury’s dedicated and expert team streamlines this process and offers a secure platform to transact. Building off the partnership with La Banque Postale, I am excited at the opportunity in France and look forward to realising Ebury’s ambitious growth strategy in the region.”
Fernando Pierri, Chief Commercial Officer at Ebury commented: “Ebury is a business built on the best and brightest talent out there, and Anne Sophie fits this perfectly. I am delighted to welcome her to Ebury and we are all excited to see her and our French team continue to offer our clients an excellent service.”
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