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S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.

Axa Investment Managers

* Axa Investment Managers SA appointed Godefroy de Colombe as global COO and member of its management board, effective Jan. 16.

De Colombe, who previously served as CEO at Axa SA's property and casualty e-insurance business Direct Assurance, will be based in Paris and report to the company's executive chairman, Gérald Harlin.


* CaixaBank SA appointed Luis Agüeros its new resources executive director.

Agüeros, who was head of engineering and data at Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA's BBVA Spain, will also replace Jordi Fontanals on CaixaBank's management committee.

Fontanals will continue as executive director over the coming months to ensure a seamless handover of his responsibilities.


* Raiffeisenbank a.s. said CFO Tomáš Jelínek was appointed member of the management board, effective Jan. 1.

Jelínek, who will be responsible for markets and investment banking, replaced Jan Pudil, who left Raiffeisenbank.

Otkritie Financial Corp. Bank

* InfoWatch Group owner Natalia Kasperskaya decided to resign as member of the board of directors at Otkritie Financial Corp. Bank after the Russian central bank revoked the license of CB Necklace-Bank, in which she was a majority shareholder, Vedomosti reported.

The regulator decided to cancel the license of Necklace-Bank due to the loss of capital and involvement in operations indicating illicit withdrawal of assets from the lender.

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