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Jérôme Jaroussie appointed AFP Chief Information Officer

Jérôme Jaroussie, 46, joined the Agency on March 5, 2018 as Chief Information Officer.

After training as an engineer at EISTI (the International School of Information Processing Sciences), he spent his entire career, in France and abroad, working for major banking groups with reliability, security, 24/7 continuity and IS speed challenges, particularly for their trading room business.

He has held several CIO positions, most recently for the ABN Amro group and prior to that at Natixis (BPCE Group); he has conducted numerous IT modernisation projects essentially focused on the need to improve the customer experience.

He replaces Caroline Raveton.




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