Jean-Paul Chifflet

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Jean-Paul Chifflet (born 1949) is a French banker.[1][2] He serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Crédit Agricole.[1][3]


Early life[edit]

Jean-Paul Chifflet was born in 1949 in Tournon-sur-Rhône, Ardèche, France.[2][3] He grew up on a farm.[2] He failed his Baccalauréat twice and passed it the third time.[2] He graduated from the Institut des Hautes Finances de Paris.[1] He played rugby union for FC Tournon-Tain.[2]


In 1973, at the age of twenty-four, he joined Crédit Agricole.[2] On March 1, 2010, he became its CEO, replacing Georges Pauget.[1][2] As a result, he also became Chairman of Amundi and Pacifica.[1]