CEO Swiss Life Asset Managers France
Born: 1960
Nationality: France

Frédéric Bôl is a member of the SFAF (French Society of Financial Analysts) and holds a DESS postgraduate diploma in finance and a Master’s degree in economic science (corporate management).

An expert in asset management in the banking and insurance sectors, Frédéric Bôl previously held the position of Deputy Chief Financial Officer at Groupe Prémalliance (AG2R La Mondiale) and was a member of the Executive and Management Committees. He was simultaneously CEO of Prado Epargne (investment company) and of Prado Epargne Gestion (portfolio management company). He also worked at Européenne de Banque (formerly Banque Rothschild) and was then Deputy Manager of Banque Martin Maurel in Paris before becoming Managing Director of Martin Maurel Gestion, where he was responsible for fixed income management and institutional clients.

In 2007, he founded the portfolio management company Viveris REIM, which later became Swiss Life REIM (France) and had more than EUR 12 billion of assets under management at the end of December 2017 thanks to its recognised expertise in office, commercial and residential real estate as well as student apartments, care homes and hotels.

Until 2018, he was Chairman of the Executive Board of Swiss Life REIM (France) and CEO of Swiss Life Asset Management (France). Since 2019, he is CEO Swiss Life Asset Managers France. As of 2018, Frédéric Bôl is a member of the Executive Committee of Swiss Life Asset Managers.

Other appointments:

Frédéric Bôl has also been Chairman of ASPIM1 since 2016 and is an administrator of IEIF2 and Honorary Vice-Chairman of Af2i3. He is also a member of the Asset Management and Institutional Investors Consultative Committee of the AMF4.

  1. ASPIM : Association Française des Sociétés de Placement Immobilier (French Association of Real Estate Investment Companies)
  2. IEIF : Institut de l'Epargne Immobilière et Foncière (Institute of Real Estate and Property Savings)
  3. Af2i : Association française des investisseurs institutionnels (French Association of Institutional Investors)
  4. Autorité des Marchés Financiers (Financial Markets Authority)