Renaud Guidée

Renaud Guidée

Country France

Nationality French

Renaud Guidée was appointed Group Chief Risk Officer at AXA in July 2019, taking office in September 2019.

Prior to joining AXA, Renaud Guidée was a Managing Director with Goldman Sachs, a role to which he was promoted in 2015 after having served as Executive Director from 2011, based in London then in Paris. Within Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division, he advised large corporate clients across industries, with a total cross-border transaction experience (M&A and capital markets) exceeding $150bn. He was also in charge of managing the career development of Goldman Sachs’ investment banking team in France.

Previously, Renaud Guidée served as sherpa to former IMF Managing Director Michel Camdessus in 2010, after having joined the Inspection Générale des Finances (the office within France’s Finance Ministry in charge of carrying out strategic reviews and assessing the cost efficiency of public policies) in 2007. His earlier policy-making training included a secondment in the Cabinet of the European Commissioner for External Relations in 2005.

Renaud Guidée’s commitment to diversity and equal opportunities translates into community involvement as member of the Board of Article 1, a Paris-based non-profit organization mentoring high-potential students from low-income suburbs (since 2010) and formerly as member of the jury of the affirmative action admission process to Sciences-Po, where he also lectured in economics.

Renaud Guidée is a fellow (2013) and jury member (2018, 2019) of the Young Leaders program of the French American Foundation. Renaud Guidée graduated from HEC (2003) and from ENA (2007). He also holds an advanced degree in international taxation (2003) and passed the admittance exam to the Paris bar school in 2003.