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Eric de Gay de Nexon

Eric de Gay de Nexon

Head of Strategy, Market Infrastructures & Regulation

Societe Generale Securities Services

Eric de Gay de Nexon is Head of Strategy, Market Infrastructures and Regulation at Société Générale Securities Services (SGSS) since January 2018

Eric began his career in 1986 as Vice-President of Banque Demachy et Associés. In 1987, he was named Senior Consultant for Finance and Markets with Ernst and Young before joining the Société Générale group as Head of Back-Offices and Relit Project Manager at Delahaye Ripault, an investment services subsidiary of Société Générale.

In 1994, he moved to Parel, General Clearing Member, subsidiary of Société Générale, where he held several functions before finally becoming Managing Director. In 2003, he was appointed Head of International Clearing and Custody Network of SBAN / STI (predecessor of SGSS) before becoming Managing Director of the Global Asset Clearing project, launched in the context of the creation of SGSS

He has been Head of Strategy for Market Infrastructures from 2007 until end of 2017

Eric de Gay de Nexon is a member of many committees dedicated to financial markets both in France and abroad as the T2S AmiSeCo (ECB), and the ESES User Committee of Euroclear. He is vice chairman of AFTI, the French association for securities services providers, vice chairman of the AFME Post Trade Board and chairman of the Post Trade Committee of InterAlpha.

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18
Sep
2020
Update on Capital Market Union: Phase 2
It was already a year ago that I dedicated my column to the CMU, the Capital Markets Union, which has been close to the...
Regulatory
It was already a year ago that I dedicated my column to the CMU, the Capital Markets Union, which has been close to the European Commission’s heart for a number of years.
Update on Capital Market Union: Phase 2
12
Jun
2020
The Regulatory Chronicle of Eric de Nexon - June 2020
To cope with the pandemic facing us today, public authorities promptly took all kinds of measures to support the economy...
Regulatory
To cope with the pandemic facing us today, public authorities promptly took all kinds of measures to support the economy and to adapt the rules to the particular conditions brought about by the lockdown situation in order to best support the economy within a framework guaranteeing business continuity and safety.
The Regulatory Chronicle of Eric de Nexon - June 2020
12
Jun
2020
Pandemic and exceptional measures by Eric de Nexon
To cope with the pandemic facing us today, lockdowns were quickly imposed in most countries as an essential measure to...
Regulatory
To cope with the pandemic facing us today, lockdowns were quickly imposed in most countries as an essential measure to contain it as effectively as possible.  From the very first weeks, it became clear that this response to the health crisis would lead to a serious economic crisis, given its significant impacts on most activities, often bringing operations to...
Pandemic and exceptional measures by Eric de Nexon
25
Oct
2019
CMU Act 2: Action Plan
What are the challenges of the EU authorities at the start of their new mandate in order to strengthen the regulatory...
Regulatory
What are the challenges of the EU authorities at the start of their new mandate in order to strengthen the regulatory framework for a tangible and efficient Capital Markets Union?
CMU Act 2: Action Plan
25
Oct
2019
CMU Act 1: Overview
What is the Capital Markets Union (CMU)? What are the main pursued objectives and expected benefits in terms of...
Regulatory
What is the Capital Markets Union (CMU)? What are the main pursued objectives and expected benefits in terms of financing economic players, fostering investment opportunities and, ultimately, favoring the economic growth in Europe?
CMU Act 1: Overview
25
Oct
2019
CMU: A new context
We are entering a new term, as the new EU Commission will officially start its work in November. What will be its...
Regulatory
We are entering a new term, as the new EU Commission will officially start its work in November. What will be its priorities, especially when it comes to strengthening the Capital Markets Union?
CMU: A new context
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