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France Germani

Director of Business Transformation
As Architas’ Director of Business Transformation, France is responsible for implementing a new structure for Architas; this involves driving strategic discussions and our overarching relationship with the AXA Group.

After 7 years as a strategy consultant for asset managers, France joined AXA Investment Managers in 2006, where she led projects in their equity division. In 2010, France moved to Architas - delivering enhanced governance and expansion into Europe, through partnerships with AXA entities. France then joined AXA Global Life & Savings to establish the Group’s “unit link” strategy – where she sponsored transformation at a global scale and acquired deep knowledge of all AXA Savings businesses.

France went to Dauphine University and Sciences Po School in Paris, and is a graduate in Finance.

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Latest insights from our team

Architas to sell UK investment business

Article | Corporate news | 01/07/2020

Architas, part of the global AXA Group, today announced the sale of its UK investment business to Liontrust Asset Management Plc (“Liontrust”). The UK investment business, which includes two regulated legal entities Architas Multi-Manager Limited and Architas Advisory Services Limited, consists of UK regulated funds and UK advisory business with around £5.6bn* in assets. Subject to regulatory approval and approval from Liontrust shareholders, it is expected the sale will be completed by the end of this year. 

Our market view

Article | Investments | 06/05/2020

Given the unprecedented situation and current high levels of volatility in the world economy, markets are clamouring for a conclusion to Covid-19.

Spotlight on Covid-19

Article | Investments | 06/05/2020

There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the outcome of the global pandemic. While comparisons to previous downturns are difficult given the uniqueness of this situation, looking at historical events may help to provide perspective and maybe a bit of hope to all of the gloom.

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