Elected judge at the Paris Commercial Court in October 2014
Guy Rousseau began his banking career at the Banque de l’Indochine et de Suez (INDOSUEZ) in 1977 (foreign exchange and treasury market activities) before joining the Bouygues group to handle international project finance (Iraq, East Africa, Saudi Arabia).
Back in the banking industry (Crédit Agricole Group and then Natixis), he held various international positions (Middle East, Amsterdam, Madrid, London) before joining Lloyds Bank and being in charge of french key account relationships in Great Britain.
Guy Rousseau holds a degree in private law and a master in monetary and banking law from the Université de Paris. He is also a graduate from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (IEP).
In 2014 he was elected a judge at the Paris Commercial Court.
Guy Rousseau speaks fluent English. He speaks also Spanish and German.