Jacques E. Bouhet

Mr. Bouhet has been a Senior Advisor of Ceres since 2017 and beforehand a Senior Advisor of Findercod since March 2014.

Prior to joining Findercod, Jacques E. Bouhet worked for over 40 years for Société Générale Group, serving as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of SG Corporate and Investment Banking.

Mr. Bouhet has been Member of Board of Advisors of IdentiPHI, LLC since July 2006.

From 1999 to 2006, Mr. Bouhet served as Chief Executive Officer of SG Americas, responsible for overseeing SG’s activities in the United States, Canada and Latin America.

In 1998, he was named Deputy Chief Executive of INFI. Mr. Bouhet also served as Chairman of the Board of SG Cowen Securities.

Since January 1993, he has served as Deputy Director of the International Division of Société Générale, and in 1995 became Director of the International Development Division within International and Finance (INFI).

From 1988 to 1992, Mr. Bouhet served as General Manager and Chief Executive Officer of the Société Générale USA Banking Network and Chairman of Société Générale Financial Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Société Générale.

In 1984, he returned to the Head Office of Société Générale in Paris to serves as Director of the Asian Sector of the International Division of the Bank.

Mr. Bouhet was appointed Deputy General Manager of the Société Générale London Branch in 1977 where he served until being named General Manager of the Société Générale Hong Kong Branch in 1980.

From 1971 to 1972, Mr. Bouhet served as Assistant Manager of the Société Générale New York Branch. He was then appointed Vice President of the French Desk of European American Bank & Trust, a subsidiary of Société Générale.

In 1969, he was appointed Assistant Vice President of Sogen International Corporation in New York.

He began his career with Société Générale in 1965 in the economic research department.

Mr. Bouhet is a Trustee of FACE (French American Cultural Exchange), a non-profit organization in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Washington, as well as a Board member of AROP (Association pour le Rayonnement de l’Opéra of Paris) and of the American Friends of Paris Opera and Ballet. He is also a trustee of FIAF (French Institute Alliance Française) in New York, and a Board member of “Etés de la Danse”.

He is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique (“X”)and of the Centre d’Etudes Superieures Bancaires.