IXIS – an emerging serious player

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

*RH:* Please tell us a bit about what you have been doing since your new move to IXIS CIB. “After three months sabbatical travelling Europe, and hopping back to the UK to watch the Ashes cricket series, I started at IXIS in Autumn 2005. Earlier in the year, I had been fortunate enough to have been invited by IXIS CIB to set up a new healthcare finance department specialising in the provision of debt facilities (both senior and mezzanine) to the corporates operating in the UK healthcare sector. “IXIS CIB is the corporate and investment banking arm of the Paris-based Groupe Caisse d’Epargne, itself one of France’s biggest banking groups. The group boasts 26 million customers and 55,000 employees across a network of 4,700 branches. It ranks in the top three in a variety of France’s financial markets including savings, life insurance, personal loans, real estate, local-government financing, regional venture capital, asset management and custody. “As at December 31, 2004, the group (including IXIS CIB) reported mo

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