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Lyxor Asset Management ("Lyxor") is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Societe Generale Group and was founded in 1998

Lyxor is a European asset management specialist with expertise in all investment styles and has an ability to create innovative investments solutions to address the challenges of the future.

Thanks to its engineering tradition and research and through an agile combination of passive, active and alternative management styles, Lyxor covers the whole liquidity spectrum and adapts to clients' needs whatever their financial constraints by offering the best combination of long-term performance and rigorous risk management.

As an architect manager, Lyxor advises its clients on their allocation within a comprehensive investment universe, both developed internally and selected externally in an open architecture structure. Lyxor has built a fiduciary services and investment platform to help institutional investors meet their investment objectives while increasing their operational efficiency.

Among the most experienced players in the market, Lyxor pioneered the asset management industry with the creation of the first alternative managed accounts platform in 1998 and the European ETF market with the first ETF on the CAC 40 index in 2001, where Lyxor is now positioned as the 3rd European provider.

At the end of July 2018, from ETFs to multi-management, Lyxor’s assets under management and advisory totaled EUR 141.6 billion.

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Lionel Paquin

Lionel Paquin

Chief Executive Officer

Lyxor Asset Management

Lionel Paquin was appointed CEO of Lyxor Asset Management in February 2014.
He was previously the Head of Lyxor Managed Accounts Platform since 2011. He has also held the position of Chief Risk Officer and Head of Internal Control at the firm, and was a member of Lyxor Executive Committee since September 2007. Prior to this, Mr. Paquin has served as Managing Director and Principal Inspector of the "Inspection Générale" at the Societe Generale Group since June 2004. Mr. Paquin began his career in 1995 in the French Ministry of Finance as a high-ranking civil servant and held several positions within this Ministry.

Mr Lionel Paquin is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique (1993) and ENSAE (1995).

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Lionel Paquin

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