09 March 2017
Paris
Reporter: Theo Andrew
AXA IM promotes within French management and transaction team
AXA Investment Managers (IM) - Real Assets has carried out a number of promotions within its asset management and transactions team in France, with immediate effect.

Jérôme Delaunay has been promoted to head of asset management and transactions for France, reporting to Nathalie Charles, head of asset management for Southern Europe.

Previously Delaunay as head of asset management for France. Before joining AXA IM - Real Assets, he was head of real estate AM at Société Générale AM.

Xavier Ramette will take on Delaunay previous position, having previously served as deputy head of asset management for France. He has over 15 years of experience in the commercial real estate sector, and was head of marketing at Carrefour Property before joining AXA IM in 2013.

Antoine Mesnage has become head of investments for France, reporting to Laurent Jacquemin, European head of transactions. Emilie Jaskula takes on responsibility for asset disposals for France, reporting to Delaunay.

According to AXA IM - RE, the appointments have been made in order to help meet with clients investment objectives in the French market.

Charles said: “In a competitive market environment, we remain focused on growing our managed portfolio in France through selective investment and active asset management. In that context I am proud of promoting key talents within the firm to drive our next stage of growth in this important market.”

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