Amaury d'Orsay was appointed head of Amundi's fixed-income investment platform, effective Aug. 2.
Mr. d'Orsay will replace Eric Brard, who will retire after 10 years at Amundi.
Mr. d'Orsay will join from Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank where he was global head of financial institutions sales for global markets. Amundi is a subsidiary of the Credit Agricole Group.
The firm also named Gilles Dauphine deputy head of fixed income. Whether the role is new could not immediately be learned. Mr. Dauphine retains his responsibilities as head of euro alpha fixed income, a spokeswoman said.
Amundi's fixed-income business runs €508 billion ($619.3 billion) of assets. The firm has a total €1.75 trillion in assets under management.