Cédric Lalain has joined Artemid as a partner. Lalain was previously head of fixed income at Assurances Crédit Mutuel. Artremid is a subsidiary of Capzanine and Amiral Gestion.
Cédric Lalain has joined Artemid as a Partner. Since 2017, Cédric Lalain worked as Head of Fixed Income at Assurances Crédit Mutuel. His nomination comes within the scope of Artemid’s development, with the aim of strengthening the team which advises funds from the Artemid range. These funds provide senior financing solutions, with maturities between five and seven years to European SME and mid-cap companies, both listed and unlisted.
“In view of the growth of our business and the success of our last fundraising, we are delighted to welcome Cédric Lalain, who will bring the expertise he has accumulated within the Caisse des Dépôts Group and the Crédit Mutuel Group”, stated Annie-Laure Servel, Managing Partner of Artemid.
Cédric Lalain began his career in 2001 working as a financial controller, then later a project manager in the Caisse des Dépôts Group’s Finance department. In 2008, he started working as a Basel II Risk Analyst in the group’s Risk Management department. He joined Assurances du Crédit Mutuel in 2010 as a Fixed Income Portfolio Manager in the Investments department. In 2012, he became Head of Credit Investment and FI Strategy and developed Private Debt investment activity. In January 2017, he was named Head of Fixed Income.
Cédric Lalain trained as an engineer at the École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Brest and also holds both a Master’s Degree in Finance from ESCP Europe and CFA charter.
Artemid SAS is a joint-venture of Capzanine and Amiral Gestion. It advises the funds of the Artemid range, which provide senior financing solutions, with maturities between five and seven years to European SME and mid-cap companies, both listed and unlisted, with revenues ranging from €50m to €1bn. Artemid funds are dedicated to provide the accurate solution to companies considering acquisitions, capex or refinancing, with commitments up to €50m. The Artemid funds have raised €750m since their creation