Axa IM appoints life and savings head as new CFO

Axa-Logo-500x320.jpgAxa Investment Managers has appointed a new chief financial officer in Jean-Christophe Ménioux.

Ménioux was previously head of the life and savings division at Axa Group, having been at the firm for 15 years. He will take up the new position from the start of September.

He replaces Elie Harari, who is joining Axa Partners as CFO, having joined the Axa group two years ago.

Ménioux will become a member of the Axa IM management board, and will become general secretary of the asset manager. He will report to Axa IM chief executive Andrea Rossi.

Rossi says: “We are very pleased to welcome Jean-Christophe to the management team at Axa IM. He brings extensive knowledge and experience and his time as head of Axa global life and savings makes him well-positioned to help us continue to strengthen our relationship with this business and to accelerate our growth in the retail market more generally.”