ICI Global Leadership

Patrice Bergé-Vincent

Patrice Bergé-Vincent Patrice Bergé-Vincent is managing director of ICI Global. Before his current position he served as managing director, Europe. Prior to joining the organisation, Bergé-Vincent was a partner with PwC France, where he led the asset management regulatory practice and coordinated PwC’s central cluster (EMEA) asset management regulatory work. Earlier in his career, he worked at the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), the French financial market regulator, serving as head of the Asset Management Regulation Policy Division. During his tenure at the AMF, Bergé-Vincent chaired the IOSCO Committee 5, dedicated to collective investment schemes, and represented the AMF in the Investment Management Standing Committee of CESR and then ESMA. Before that, he was seconded from the AMF to the Asset Management Unit of the then European Commission’s Directorate-General Internal Market and Services. Bergé-Vincent is a graduate of the École nationale d’administration (ENA).