Members of Natixis Consultative Shareholders’ Committee
Members list and interviews
Twelve Natixis' shareholders who represent individual shareholders
Presentation of the SCC's members
Summary (home « départment » and region) :
- Alpes-Maritimes (Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur), Michel Coudert
- Bouches-du-Rhône (Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur), Marc Abruzzo
- Bouches du Rhône (Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur), Jean-Michel Lardon
- Haute Garonne (Midi-Pyrénées), Jean-Pierre Mary
- Hauts de Seine (Île de France), Fabrice Youta
- Hauts de Seine (Île de France), Isabelle Tessereau
- Haute-Vienne (Limousin), Françoise de Saint-Sernin
- Isère (Rhône-Alpes), Pierre Arestoff
- Moselle (Lorraine), Roland Dumas
- Nord (Nord Pas de Calais), Jean-Pierre Castier
- Var (Provence Alpes Côtes d'Azur), Laurent Denis
- Vendée (Pays de la Loire), Jean-François Bordon
Presentation of Michel Coudert
Michel Coudert retired from the Caisse d’Epargne network where he
held during 27 years several positions including Chief Executive
Officer and Chief Financial Officer.
Besides working in the banking sector, he also was a teacher and a manager of a real estate company.
Michel Coudert then worked as a real property manager and company consultant. He has been a shareholder of Natixis since 2006.
Michel Coudert played rugby on a national level during 15 years and he created a veterans’ Club.
Presentation of Marc Abruzzo
Marc Abruzzo has always showed an acute interest for financial
markets. He previously worked as a consultant for financial
newspapers, and also initiated the launch of an investment club and
co-operated for five years in the works of a Private Shareholder
European Advisory Committee.
Marc Abruzzo has been directly managing his portfolio for over 25 years and this has become his professional activity. He has been a shareholder of Natixis since 2014.
Jean-Michel Lardon: profile and interview (french only)
Jean-Michel Lardon has been with Groupe BPCE since 1985. He works as a manager in Informatique Banque et Technologie of Groupe Caisse d’Epargne. As an employee of Groupe BPCE, he benefitted from the SAGA scheme and has also invested in Natixis shares personally since 2009.
Jean-Michel Lardon manages his own portfolio and has participated in several investment clubs.
Jean-Pierre Mary: profile and interview (french only)
Jean-Pierre Mary has been working at Caisse d’Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées for 25 years in Loan production for SMBs as project leader. He applied to the Committee at an information meeting on Natixis in Toulouse.
Mary is an active shareholder who monitors his portfolio very closely. He has been a Natixis shareholder since November 2008.
Presentation of Isabelle Tessereau
Isabelle Tessereau has sound
experience in corporate communications (institutional and financial
communications, press relations, France and International’s employee
After a position as Head of Natixis Interepargne Communications Department (Natixis social engineering subsidiary), she became in 2016 Head of Communication.
Isabelle Tessereau has been a shareholder of Natixis since 2013.
Prsesentation of Fabrice Youta
Mr. Youta resides in Clichy near Paris. He holds a Master’s in Bancassurance and an MBA in Internal Control and Risk Management from the ESG business school in Paris.
He carried out several Control, Risk Management and Compliance assignments at Groupama, Société Financière de Paiements and the Cancer League. As part of his studies in Banking and Insurance, he focused on Natixis and he became a shareholder of the company in 2015.
Françoise de Saint-Sernin: profile and interview (french only)
Madame de Saint-Sernin is a homemaker. She followed her husband abroad during his career, particularly in Singapore and in Venezuela.
She has been actively involved in investors’ clubs for over 30 years and has been a member of numerous advisory committees. Since 2003, Madame de Saint-Sernin is a member of ANSA (National Association of Joint Stock Companies) in the Committee "Issuers Individual Shareholders".
Pierre Arestoff: Profile and interview (FRENCH ONLY)
Pierre Arestoff is a retired computer engineer. At the beginning of his career, he took classes at the CNAM to get a university post-graduate degree, option Business Computing.
He manages his own equity portfolio and has been a shareholder of Natixis since November 2006.
Roland Dumas: profile and interview (french only)
Roland Dumas is a retired anesthesiologist. He continues to practice one week per month.
He has been working as a physician in Africa for 15 years, for instance in Burkina Faso, where he created his own humanitarian organization with friends. Roland Dumas is Chairman of a local Société Locale d’Epargne (Moselle Est). He has been a member of the Supervisory and Steering Committee of Caisse d’Epargne Lorraine Champagne Ardennes since 2008 and a shareholder of Natixis since November 2006.
Presentation of Jean-Pierre Castier
Jean-Pierre Castier resides in Dunkirk where he works part-time in communications, including events, and in public relations. After financial experience in a securities house, Jean-Pierre Castier continues his career as a tax specialist for the European Commission and for a tax consulting firm.
As part of his professional activity, he leads training sessions in business law, accounting, statistics and inventory management as part of vocational, school or university education. A Reserve Commander, Jean-Pierre Castier was also a guide and a lecturer on the steel and nuclear industries on the Dunkirk coast. He became a shareholder of Natixis at the time of the IPO of the company in 2006.
Presentation of Laurent Denis
Laurent Denis has been a self-employed
restaurant owner since 1992. He used to be Vice-President at the
Board Meeting and is now Treasurer of the Social Security Scheme
of Self-employed Workers (RSI).
At the same time, Laurent Denis is Vice-President of the Approved Management Centre of Est-Var in Fréjus Saint- Raphaël. In 2014, he created a Self-Employed Association and their Social Security Scheme (DIPS).
Laurent Denis has been a shareholder of Natixis since 2006.
Presentation of Jean-François Bordron
spent most of his professional career in the road freight
transport, mostly with a big French company of the sector.
He directly manages his stock portfolio and has been a shareholder of Natixis since 2006.