La Financière de l’Echiquier consolidates its commercial organisation in Europe

La Financière de l’Echiquier (LDFE) announces the appointment of Christèle de Waresquiel, effective 5 November 2018, as business development manager for Switzerland under the responsibility of Benjamin Canlorbe, the Country Manager, and the arrival of Frédéric Jacob as Business Development Manager for Benelux. Based in Paris and Brussels, Frédéric will work alongside Stéphane Van Tilborg, appointed Country Manager for Benelux in July 2018.


Present in Belgium and Luxembourg since 2004, and operating in Switzerland for more than 12 years, LFDE intends to strengthen its presence in the customer base of banks, insurers and institutional investors.


“As LFDE ramps up its development throughout Europe, Christèle’s international career as well as her knowledge are perfectly in line with our goals and the requirements of our premium client segments in Switzerland. Frédéric’s arrival is a new step forward in building the commercial organization we have been rolling out over the last year, notably in Benelux, a strategic growth driver. Frédéric’s experience will represent an additional asset within this demanding environment” stated Christophe Mianné, LFDE’s CEO.



About Christèle de Waresquiel

Christèle de Waresquiel began her career at Morgan Stanley in London, before joining Calyon and JP Morgan. She became project manager for GE Capital in Paris in 2011, before joining the Rivoli Fund Management teams.

A graduate of CentraleSupélec and Royal Institute of Technology de Stockholm, Christèle also holds an MBA from the IESE Business School of Barcelona.



About Frédéric Jacob

Frédéric Jacob has solid asset management experience. After working as a consultant with Odyssey Financial Technologies in Luxembourg, he became business development manager with Derivative in Brussels, then Candriam. In 2010, he joined Carmignac en 2010 as a business development manager for Belgium before being appointed manager of institutional clients in 2015.

Of Belgian nationality, Frédéric has a degree in Economics and Finance from ICHEC Brussels Management School.