Orange Bank’s Board of Directors has appointed Paul de Leusse to succeed André Coisne as Chief Executive Officer of Orange Bank.
The company said Paul de Leusse will be in the new role alongside his role as the Orange Group’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of mobile financial services.
André Coisne will continue to work with Orange Bank as an adviser to Paul de Leusse on strategic projects, before focusing on a business project in the area of responsible investment and impact finance.
Paul de Leusse thanks André Coisne for the successful launch of Orange Bank, one of the most innovative banks on the French market.
Paul de Leusse started his career as a Consultant and later Partner at both Oliver Wyman and then Bain & Company from 1997 to 2009. In 2009, he was appointed Head of Group Strategy at Crédit Agricole SA. In 2011 he joined Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank as its Chief Financial Officer and later as a Deputy Chief Executive Officer. In 2016, he became Deputy Chief Executive Officer of CA Indosuez Wealth. He joined the Orange’s Executive Committee in May 2018.
Paul de Leusse is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and holds a civil engineering degree from the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées.