Mr. Jean Lassignardie Chief Sales and Marketing Officer - Capgemini Global Financial Services Sector and for Capgemini Asia-Pacific region
Finance Special - Welcome Speech
Finance Special - Panel Discussion
Finance Special - Wrap-up
About Mr. Jean Lassignardie
Jean Lassignardie has 29 years of experience both in Information Techonology and Financial Services.
In 1982 he starts as EA to the CEO of Elf UK in London before joining IBM in 1984 where he had several responsibilities as Sales representative, Client Executive of largest European client, head of organization, head of IBM France Education & Training service line.
He was from 1995 to 1997 in charge of the Global Client Executive Profession for IBM Corporation.
From 1998 to 2005, he has been CEO of GE Capital Commercial Finance in France and CEO of Credit Agricole Leasing where he has developed the entire spectrum of working capital solutions and lending for large multinational corporations, small and medium enterprises and professionals.
He has completed complex mergers in sensitive legal and social contexts, turned around non performing asset portfolios and has developed multi channels distribution networks including banks, specialized agents, direct, and vendor finance partnerships.
He has been recognized as trusted executive when successfully handling sensitive cases with regulatory authorities both in France (Commission Bancaire) and in US (New York State Banking Department).
In 2005 he joined Capgemini has CEO of Capgemini France Finance & Services where he has developed the Technology Services businessi.
Since 2008 he is Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for the Capgemini Global Financial Services Sector and for Capgemini Asia-Pacific region.
Jean Lassignardie is a graduated engineer from Supelec (French Grande Ecole), is chartered accountant and has an MBA in banking from CESB (Centre d'Etude Superieure de Banque). He is 6 Sigma black belt.
He has been elected from 1995 to 2008 as head of finance and budget for Avignon city council, where he has managed to reduce public debt by 35% without increasing taxes.