EBRD turns to Sallé de Chou for Tunisia

Antoine Sallé de Chou has succeeded Marie-Alexandra Veilleux-Laborie as head of Tunisia for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Antoine Sallé de Chou has been promoted to head of the Tunisian office of multilateral institution the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Based in Tunis, Sallé de Chou succeeded Marie-Alexandra Veilleux-Laborie and will be responsible for the EBRD’s investments and operations in the country.

Sallé de Chou will report to Janet Heckman, the bank’s new managing director for the southern and eastern Mediterranean region.

EBRD has invested €350m ($375m) in a total of 25 projects in Tunisia since it entered the country in September 2012.

Sallé de Chou joined the bank in 2013 as senior counsellor for strategy and policy, and also worked on equity transactions in the equity risk team. Prior to joining EBRD, he was in management consulting.

- Photo of Antoine Sallé de Chou courtesy of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.


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