Olivier Gavalda - CREDIT AGRICOLE Executive

CRARY
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USD 5.05  0.11  2.23%   

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Mr. Olivier Gavalda serves as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of the Development Customer and Innovation Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA. From January 1 2007 till 2010 he was CEO of Credit Agricole de Champagne Bourgogne. He joined Credit Agricole du Midi in 1988 where he was first Head of Project Organization then Branch Manager Training Manager and finally Marketing Director. In 1998 he took the position of Regional Director of Credit Agricole Ile de France. In 2002 he was appointed AssistantDeputy Managing Director of Credit Agricole Sud Rhone Alpes responsible for the development and human resources
Age: 51  Executive Since 2015      
33 1 43 23 52 02  https://www.credit-agricole.com
Gavalda was Director of CCPMA, of the training institute IFCAM and of Credit Agricole Capital Investissement et Finance. He holds a Masters in econometrics and a degree in Organization and Information Technology from Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Arts et Metiers.

CREDIT AGRICOLE Management Efficiency

CREDIT AGRICOLE SA has return on total asset (ROA) of 0.29 % which means that it generated profit of $0.29 on every $100 spent on asset. This is way below average. Similarly, it shows return on equity (ROE) of 8.45 %, meaning that it generated $8.45 on every $100 dollars invested by stockholders. CREDIT AGRICOLE management efficiency ratios could be used to measure how well the company manages its routine affairs as well as how well it operates its assets and liabilities.
The company has accumulated 376.71 B in total debt. Debt can assist CREDIT AGRICOLE until it has trouble settling it off, either with new capital or with free cash flow. So, CREDIT AGRICOLE's shareholders could walk away with nothing if the company can't fulfill its legal obligations to repay debt. However, a more frequent occurrence is when companies like CREDIT AGRICOLE SA sell additional shares at bargain prices, diluting existing shareholders. Debt, in this case, can be an excellent and much better tool for CREDIT to invest in growth at high rates of return. When we think about CREDIT AGRICOLE's use of debt, we should always consider it together with cash and equity.

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Crdit Agricole S.A. provides retail, corporate, insurance, and investment banking products and services worldwide. Crdit Agricole S.A. operates as a subsidiary of SAS Rue La Botie. CREDIT AGRICOLE operates under BanksRegional classification in the United States and is traded on OTC Exchange. It employs 75975 people. CREDIT AGRICOLE SA [CRARY] is traded as part of a regulated electronic over-the-counter service offered by the NASD.

CREDIT AGRICOLE SA Leadership Team

Elected by the shareholders, the CREDIT AGRICOLE's board of directors comprises two types of representatives: CREDIT AGRICOLE inside directors who are chosen from within the company, and outside directors, selected externally and held independent of CREDIT. The board's role is to monitor CREDIT AGRICOLE's management team and ensure that shareholders' interests are well served. CREDIT AGRICOLE's inside directors are responsible for reviewing and approving budgets prepared by upper management to implement core corporate initiatives and projects. On the other hand, CREDIT AGRICOLE's outside directors are responsible for providing unbiased perspectives on the board's policies.
Jacques Prost, Deputy CEO of Credit Agricole CIB, Member of the Management Committee
Yves Nanquette, CEO of LCL, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee
Michel Roy, Senior Regional Officer Asia-Pacific of Credit Agricole CIB, Member of the Management Committee
Paul Foubert, Head of Group Financial Management, Member of the Management Committee
Pierre Minor, Head of Group Legal and Compliance, Member of the Executive Committee
Michele Jardin, Head of Regional Banks Relations, Member of the Management Committee
Pascal Blanque, Global Head of Institutional Division & Chief Investment Officer of Amundi, Member of the Management Committee
Alban Aucoin, Head of Group Public Affairs
Jean Paviet, Director
Benedicte Chretien, Head of Group Human Resources, Member of the Executive Committee
Christiane Lambert, Director
Bertrand Corbeau, Deputy Managing Director, Head of Development, Client and Innovation, Member of the Executive Committee
JeanLouis Delorme, Director
Giampiero Maioli, Head of Credit Agricole SA Group's Activities in Italy, Member of the Executive Committee
JeanPierre Tremenbert, Head of Group Compliance, Member of the Executive Committee
Francois Moury, Member of the Executive Committee, Head of the Agriculture and Agrifood Activity
Pierre Finas, Senior Country Officer Group for Egypte, Member of the Management Committee
Michel Goutorbe, Member of the Management Committee - CEO of Credit Agricole Immobilier
Simone Vedie, Director representing employees of UES Credit Agricole S.A.
Bernard Wit, Head of the Steering and Control of Amundi, Member of the Management Committee
Francoise Gri, Independent Director
Jean Kerrien, Non-Voting Director
Henri Bihan, CEO of Caci, Member of the Management Committee
Pascale Berger, Director - Representative of Regional Banks Employees
Francois Heyman, Director - Employees Representative
JeanChristophe Kiren, Head of Payment Systems and Flows, Member of the Executive Committee
JeanPierre Gaillard, Director
Olivier Constantin, Senior Country Officer Group, Poland; Member of the Management Committee
Monica Mondardini, Independent Director
Regis Monfront, Deputy CEO of Credit Agricole CIB, Member of the Management Committee
Caroline Catoire, Independent Director
Thierry Langreney, CEO of Pacifica, Member of the Management Committee
Olivier Gavalda, Head of the Regional Banks division, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee
Roger Andrieu, Director
MarcAndre Poirier, Senior Regional Officer Americas of Credit Agricole CIB, Member of the Management Committee
JeanPaul Kerrien, Director
Sylvie RobinRomet, Head of Group Purchasing, Member of the Management Committee
Philippe Brassac, CEO
Pierre Deheunynck, Head of Group Human Resources, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee
JeanLouis Roveyaz, Director
Renee Talamona, Director
Michel Mathieu, Deputy CEO of Retail Banks
Laurent Bennet, Head of Agriculture, Agrifood and Business Services
Xavier Musca, Deputy CEO
Bertrand Chevallier, Head of Payments division
Olivier Belergey, CFO of Credit Agricole CIB, Member of the Management Committee
Philippe Waal, Non-Voting Director
Jack Bouin, Vice Chairman of the Board
Guillaume Lesage, COO of Amundi, Member of the Management Committee
Michel Ganzin, Deputy Managing Director, Head of Operations and Transformation, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Executive Committee
Frederic Thomas, CEO - Credit Agricole Assurances
Daniel Epron, Director
Paul Leusse, Head of Private Banking, Member of the Management Committee
Serge Magdeleine, Head of Group and Digital Marketing
JeanYves Hocher, Deputy CEO - Corporate Clients, Member of the Executive Committee
Pascal Celerier, Director
Fathi Jerfel, Global Head of Retail Division of Amundi, Member of the Management Committee
Jerome Brunel, Head of Public Affairs, Member of the Executive Committee
Philippe Carayol, CEO of Credit Agricole Leasing & Factoring (CAL&F), Member of the Executive Committee
Denis Marquet, Head of Communications, Member of the Management Committee
JeanMarie Sander, Chairman of the Board
FrancoisEdouard Drion, Head of International Retail and Commercial Banking, Member of the Management Committee
Christian Moueza, Director - Employees Representative
Stanislas Pottier, Head of Sustainable Development, Member of the Management Committee
Francois Mace, Non-Voting Director
Francois Thibault, Director
Dominique Pasquier, CEO of Agos Ducato (Italy), Member of the Management Committee
Louis Tercinier, Director
Veronique Faujour, Head of Marketing and Communication, Member of the Management Committee
Catherine Pourre, Non-Voting Director
Michele Guibert, Head of Customer Relationships, Multi-Channel Retail Banking and Relation Commitments and Innovation, Member of the Management Committee
Philippe Boujut, Non-Voting Director
Isabelle JobBazille, Member of the Executive Committee, Head of Economic Research
Philippe Dumont, CEO of Credit Agricole Consumer Finance, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee
Gerard OuvrierBuffet, Director
Cyril Meilland, Head of Financial Communication
Michel Masson, Member of the Executive Committee, General Group Inspector
Hubert Reynier, Head of Group Risk Management and Permanent Controls, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee
Jerome Grivet, CEO of Credit Agricole Assurances and Predica, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee
Stephane Priami, CEO France of Credit Agricole Consumer Finance, Member of the Management Committee
Raphael Appert, Deputy Chairman of the Board, Representative of SAS Rue La Boetie
Veronique Flachaire, Director
Christian Streiff, Independent Director
Marc Oppenheim, Head of International Retail Banking, Member of the Executive Committee
JeanFrancois Abadie, CEO of Caceis, Member of the Management Committee
Bernard Dree, Director - Representative of the Work's Council
Laurence Dors, Independent Director
Dominique Lefebvre, Vice Chairman of the Board, Representative of SAS Rue La Boetie
Eric Baudson, Head of Group Information Systems, Member of the Management Committee
Clotilde LAngevin, Head of Strategy
Xavier Beulin, Director - Representative of Professional Agricultural Organizations
Francois Marion, Member of the Executive Committee - CEO of Caceis
Jacques Ripoll, Deputy General Manager Large Customers, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Executive Committee
Denis Kleiber, IR Contact Officer
Baldomero Valverde, Senior Country Officer Group, Morocco; Member of the Management Committee
JeanPaul Mazoyer, Group Industrial and Information Technology Director, Member of the Executive Committee
Francois Veverka, Independent Director
Dominique CarrelBilliard, Head of the Institutional and Corporate Clients Division of Amundi, Member of the Management Committee
Eric Campos, Head of Social and Environmental Responsibility, CEO of the Foundation Grameen Credit Agricole, Member of the Management Committee
Christophe Gancel, Head of Private Banking, Member of the Executive Committee
Yves Perrier, Head of Asset Management, Securities and Investor Services, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

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