Lyxor is a French ETF issuer based in Paris. A wholly owned subsidiary of French banking major Societe Generale, Lyxor got started in the ETF business in 2001.
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Lyxor has moved to promote David Lake to the position of UK chief executive replacing current CEO Matthieu Mouly who returns to the role of head of ETF sales for […]