Aigrain joined Warburg Pincus in March 2014, according to the firm
LCH.Clearnet, one of Europe’s
top clearing houses, has replaced long-serving chairman Jacques
Aigrain after he stepped down due to "extended activities" with
a private equity firm.
LCH.Clearnet, which is majority-owned by
the LSE Group, said on Tuesday Professor Lex Hoogduin, a LCH
board member since 2012 and former senior figure at fund
manager Robeco, will replace Aigrain on March 5.
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