Mr. Jean Pierre Mustier was appointed Chief Executive Officer of UniCredit S.p.A. on 12 July 2016.
He was previously a Partner at Tikehau Capital which he joined in January 2015 and where his primary focus was on the firm’s international expansion, whilst also contributing to the various existing businesses including private debt and private equity, as well as equity participation investment activities.
He successfully served as Head of Corporate & Investment Banking and Deputy General Manager at UniCredit S.p.A. from March 14, 2011 to January 1, 2015.
In 2010, he advised various financial institutions and completed large amounts of fundraising for various non-profit institutions and social enterprises.
Mr. Mustier joined Société Générale in 1987 and remained with the group until 2009. During his time there he held a variety of position, including Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SG Gestion and Société Générale Asset Management and Chief Executive Officer of SG Corporate & Investment Banking, a division of Société Générale Group.
Mr. Mustier is a Trustee of the French Lycée in the UK. Previously he was a Member of the Supervisory Board of UniCredit Bank Austria AG between April 2011 and May 2013. He also served as a Director of LCH Clearnet Group Ltd. until August 2009 and Boursorama between May 2004 and August 2009.
His personal interests include philanthropy, rugby and running.
Mr. Mustier is a graduate of the French École Polytechnique and École des Mines de Paris.
Presentation"What to Expect from European Banks Going Forward? Genesis of a Financial Turnaround: UniCredit's 13 Billion Euro Right Issue and Strategic Plan"
>> Registration HERE <<To remain competitive, commercial banks need to simplify their business models and adapt to a quickly evolving environment*, turning external challenges into opportunities. The recent € 13 billion capital increase is the first successful step in the implementation of the Bank's strategic plan "Transform 2019". It is shaped around this vision and based on five strategic pillars, designed to achieve realistic and pragmatic targets, and probably a prelude to where the banking industry will go.
* (macro-economic trends, regulatory requirements, technological innovation, fintech, customer behaviours)