In with Inès de Dinechin and out with Laurent Seyer at Lyxor

Inès de Dinechin, Lyxor's new CEO

Inès de Dinechin has been named chief executive of Société Générale's exchange-traded funds (ETF) subsidiary Lyxor Asset Management. Starting in March, de Dinechin will replace Laurent Seyer, who left the ETF provider to take join Axa Investment Managers as global head of investment solutions. Seyer had been Lyxor chief executive since May 2006.

De Dinechin joined Société Générale in 1991, heading derivatives sales for French corporates between 1994 and 2008. From 2008 to 2009, she was global

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