BIS appoints Véronique Sani secretary general

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The Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) today announced the appointment of Véronique Sani as Secretary General.

Her appointment takes effect on 1 December 2024 and is for a five-year term. Her appointment fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Monica Ellis, who has been Secretary General since 2017.

In her new role, Ms Sani will head the General Secretariat, one of the Bank’s four main departments. As a member of the Bank’s Executive Committee, she will play a key role contributing to the general management of the BIS and will have responsibility for the provision of corporate services within the BIS.

Ms Sani is currently President of Advasio Consulting and was most recently Chief Operating Officer of Natixis, the global financial services subsidiary of BPCE, the second largest banking group in France. In this role, she was responsible for the technology, operations, procurement, real estate and transformation strategy globally. She also serves as a board member and senior adviser of various companies. Prior to joining the BPCE group, she spent 16 years at Société Générale in senior leadership positions in India, New York and Paris, holding a number of global roles including Chief Executive

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