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Amundi Announces C-Suite Changes

Editorial Staff

9 October 2023

, one of the world's largest investment houses, has appointed Aurélia Lecourtier as chief financial officer and Dominico Aiello as deputy chief executive for Italy – a newly-created role. 

Lecourtier will be replacing Aiello, a spokesperson for the firm told WealthBriefing when asked about the matter. The appointments take effect from the start of November. 

Lecourtier joined the firm in 2021 as chief of staff of Valérie Baudson, CEO. Between 2017 and 2021, she was advisor to the Prime Minister, in charge of public accounts, civil service and state reform. She was also chief of staff of the Minister for action and public accounts. As member of the Cour des Comptes, she has held various financial positions in the government's general secretariat, the Ministry of Finance and the office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. 

Aiello has been with Amundi since 2017 and has been chief financial officer since 2019. He joined the group following the acquisition of Pioneer Investments, where he had been CFO since 2012 and supervised governance functions including risk management, legal and compliance. Prior to that, he was head of mergers and acquisitions and business development at UniCredit, having joined the team in 2002, after a six-year experience in investment banking at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in London where he focused on financial institutions.  

As at the end of June this year, Amundi had a total of €1.95 trillion ($2.06 trillion) in assets under management.