CFA Society France

A Member of the CFA Institute Global Network of Societies


 Candidates for elections

Erik Bobbink, CFA

Erik is a finance & risk consultant. He is currently working at Accenture. Prior to that, Erik spent 3 years at PwC as an auditor. Erik specializes in using technology to help financial firms grow sales and find optimal solutions to difficult problems.

Erik holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. He graduated from HEC Paris in 2010. Erik is a Dutch and American citizen and speaks French, Dutch and English.

Jean-Francois Bouilly, CFA

Jean-Francois is an independent advisor.
He founded Latitude Capital Management in 2005 to manage an equity market neutral fund based on fundamental and systematic factor analysis. In 2012, Latitude started a global asset allocation fund of funds and was bought in 2014 to become Artesis Asset Management. Jean-Francois left in March 2015.
Previously, he worked for Crédit Lyonnais in Japan in 1982 and started managing Japanese equities from Paris in 1984. He then opened as CIO, in 1991, the Crédit Lyonnais Asset Management office in Tokyo (CLIAM Japan). Back to the Paris head office in 1999, he became CLAM Equity Strategist.

Jean-François is a CFA Charterholder and past President of CFA Society France (2005-2008). He received his engineer degree from Ecole Centrale de Lyon in 1981.

Julien Coudert, CFA

Julien is an asset manager. He has worked as a mutual fund and portfolio manager for eight years and then decided to create his own investment company in 2013, Compagnie Saint Eusice, which he now runs.
Charterholder since 2010, Julien is an active member of the society and was a board member and Research Challenge Chair in 2011-2012.

Since September 2015, he has been Treasurer of the Society.

Jean-Philippe Dorp, CFA

Jean-Philippe has been head of credit research at OFI AM since 2010.
Before joining OFI AM, Jean-Philippe was head of credit at Solent Capital Partners (London) and senior credit analyst at Dolmen Securities (Dublin). Previously, Jean-Philippe held various positions in credit analysis with various European financial institutions.

Jean-Philippe received his CFA charter in 2004 and joined the board of CFA Society France in July 2013 when he was elected as co-chair of the Programming Committee and chair of the Advocacy FAR (Financial Analysis and Reporting) Committee.

Since September 2015 he has been General Secretary and chair of the Programming Committee.

Myriam Ferran, CFA

Myriam has over 16 years of experience in Financial services industry.
She started her career as a Junior Financial Analyst at Associés en Finance then joined AXA Investment Managers as a Performance Measurement Analyst in 2000. She then joined State Street Banque in 2004 and held different management roles. In 2015, she joined Cognizant in Paris in the Bank and Financial Services practice.

Myriam received her CFA charter in 2008 and started as a volunteer in the University Relationship committee before being elected as a director in 2013 being involved in several commitees. She has been elected as a President of CFA Society France in 2015.

Myriam holds a master's degree from Magistere Economiste-Statisticien from the Toulouse School of Economics ---and also graduated from INSEAD in December 2012.

Matthieu Génisson, CFA

Matthieu has been Portfolio Manager for Crédit Agricole since September 2013 and a lecturer at Université Paris Dauphine for four years.
He is also a permanent member of the retail shareholder consultative committee of Lagardère SCA.

Matthieu has been an active volunteer with CFA Society France since 2014, working both on the Research Challenge and the European QuantAwards.

Matthieu received his CFA charter in 2014. He also holds a Master Degree in Financial Engineering from Paris Dauphine University.

​Inna Mufteeva, CFA

Inna joined Natixis Global Market Research team as an economist in 2009. She is currently in charge of the statistical follow-up of several Emerging Europe countries, the elaboration of macroeconomic scenario as well as internal and external communication of the economic and financial forecasts. Her analyses allow the bank’s clients to better apprehend current and future economic developments and adjust their investment strategy accordingly.

Inna joined the Board of the CFA Society France in 2014 to participate in the activities of the Events, Volunteers and Membership Committees. She previously volunteered for the Society events organization. She received her CFA charter in 2013.

Inna graduated from University Paris - 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and Higher School of Economics (Moscow).

Séverine Vadon David, CFA

Séverine has a 15 years’ experience in finance with a dual experience in capital markets and asset management. She has structured or sold products on a variety of markets (interest rates, equity, alternative investments) for various client types such as central banks, insurers, asset managers etc...

She has been Advocacy Chair for CFA Society France since 2011. Advocacy means speaking up about ethics, fair and transparent capital markets, and investor protection.
It involves organizing events for members, and liaising with regulators, professional associations and CFA Institute on regulatory/best practice issues.

Olivier Vion, CFA

Olivier has been the Head of the Sovereign, Supranational and Agencies bond syndicate at Société Générale and a Managing Director of the Global Finance of the Corporate Banking division since joining the bank in 2013.  Prior to this role, he has spent 15 years at JPMorgan, where he was last a Managing Director, Head of Debt Capital Market Origination for frequent borrowers. He also held several senior positions in rates trading at JPM, Crédit Agricole and HSBC France (ex CCF) where he started his career.

After leaving JPMorgan in 2011 and before joining Société Générale, he invested in a private alternative asset management project, Seven Capital Management.

Olivier holds a Business Master degree from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC Paris) and is a CFA Charterhoder since 2014.