Clément Perrette received a bachelor’s degree in 1983, after having 3 years of classes with a specialty in Physics while studying at Lycée St Louis. He then studied at l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées in Grenoble, France, graduating in 1989 with a degree in Civil Engineering.
Then in 1990, Clément Perrette graduated with a Master of Finance from HEC Paris, France. Clément Perrette worked for two years in NYC, USA, as a Financial Analyst in a program that was sponsored by the French State for Worms & Cie before he became a member of Société Générale Paris, in late 1992 working on the Fixed Income Capital marketing team. Refer to This Article to learn more.
While working for Société Générale, he set up the STRIPs, (zero-coupon bonds), desk in FRF, and then he joined Paribus, Paris in 1995 where he continued to trade FRF STRIPs in order to set up STRIPs desks in various European currencies. Clement Perrette’s STRIPS desks were number 1 in Europe because of the market share when it came to client volumes.
Then in 2000, Clément Perrette joined Deutsche Bank in Paris so as to be able to run EUR STRIPs and EUR Linker’s desks. After that, in 2002, Clément moved to Barclay’s Capital in London so he could run the Long End EUR Rates trading desk. In 2006 Clément was promoted to Managing Director.
In 2008, Clément was put in charge of the EUR Rates trading team that worked with Government Bonds and Interest Rate derivatives. Perrette managed to make Barclays the number one EUR Rates house from 2004-2011. In 2011, Clément relocated to Paris with Barclay’s offering him the possibility of taking some months off before he moved to a new job.
Flashing forward to September 2011, Clément rented a 47-foot sailboat named Cruising Bird in order to sail her across the Atlantic where he traveled between Spain, Portugal, the Madeira Islands, Cabo Verde, and the West Indies. In 25 years of experience in the capital market, Clément has made a decision to dedicate his time to the Fixed Income Fund management industry and the Ocean preservation causes.
See also: https://www.calloftheblue.org/