About Philippe Casciola

Philippe Casciola is an information technology professional with valuable expertise in facilitating the implementation of new technology solutions.  He works to ensure optimal integration during systems, network, and security transitions without any interruption of workloads or administration. Philippe Casciola has over 20 years of technical experience, including 15 years with Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Banking, a company he has worked with since 1997. He brings strong communication skills to his position, allowing him to work effectively with executive management, clients, vendors, team members, and business units.

After completing his education at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (The National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts) in Paris, France, Philippe Casciola began his career in information technology with Solvay, a Belgian chemical company with offices in Paris, as a system and network engineer. After two years with Solvay, Philippe Casciola spent nearly a decade gaining knowledge in information technology by working with Unix systems and achieving technical solutions at several large corporations, including Coverland, Sernam, and Euriscom, all in Paris, France.

Philippe Casciola then joined Credit Agricole Indosuez in 1997, beginning with the company as a network consultant and overseeing many critical projects, such as technical coordination and project management for the move to the La Défense district of Paris, the international LAN merging project, and deployment of the Y2K project for worldwide networks. Philippe Casciola currently works as Head of Information Technology at Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Banking in New York City, where he is responsible for overseeing the technological infrastructure of the company and an information technology team of 46 employees.


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