Paris, December 21, 2023 – Nathalie Bricker has been appointed to the new position of deputy Chief Executive Officer of Natixis Investment Managers by Philippe Setbon, Chief Executive Officer of Natixis Investment Managers and Head of Asset and Wealth Management at Groupe BPCE. In this context, she becomes a member of the Senior Management Committee of Groupe BPCE's global financial services, placed under the responsibility of Stéphanie Paix, Chief Executive Officer.

Biography of Nathalie Bricker
Nathalie Bricker began her career in 1991 at KPMG. In 1995, she joined Caisse des Dépôts as manager-facilitator of the accounting network for capital markets and custodians. In 1998, she was promoted to Head of Central Accounting. She joined CDC IXIS in 2000 as deputy Head of Accounting Department and Head of the Corporate Accounts sector.

She was then appointed Head of Accounting Standards and Systems at Natexis Banques Populaires in 2005 and Head of Accounting at Natixis in 2007. In 2013, Nathalie Bricker became Head of Accounting and Ratios and joined the Natixis’ Executive Committee in 2016.

In 2018, she was appointed Chief Financial Officer and a member of Natixis’ Senior Management Committee. Since July 2023, Nathalie Bricker is Global Head of Finance & Strategy at Natixis Investment Managers, a position she holds in her new responsibilities of deputy CEO.

About Groupe BPCE
Groupe BPCE is the second-largest banking group in France. Through its 100,000 staff, the group serves 35 million customers – individuals, professionals, companies, investors and local government bodies – around the world. It operates in the retail banking and insurance fields in France via its two major networks, Banque Populaire and Caisse d’Epargne, along with Banque Palatine and Oney. It also pursues its activities worldwide with the asset & wealth management services provided by Natixis Investment Managers and the wholesale banking expertise of Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking. The Group's financial strength is recognized by four credit rating agencies with the following senior preferred LT ratings: Moody's (A1, stable outlook), Standard & Poor's (A, stable outlook), Fitch (A+, stable outlook) and R&I (A+, stable outlook).