Marie-Claire Capobianco began her career in the Corporate Clients department at BNP in Marseille in 1977. She then spent four years at the bank’s ‘Inspection Générale’ (Group Internal Audit) as an Auditor, then Chief Auditor, before moving to take charge of the Individual and Self-Employed Professional Clients department in Nantes. She subsequently became Head of the Toulon branch group, and then the Évry branch group. In November 2002, she was appointed Head of Private Banking for the whole of France.
In 2007, following the BNP Paribas Group’s acquisition of BNL, Ms Capobianco took on a governance role for the Private Banking business in Italy.
In November 2008, when the BNP Paribas Retail Banking division was being set up, she was given the task of managing the development of Private Banking in all the countries where the Group has a domestic branch network.
In 2012, Marie-Claire Capobianco was appointed Head of BNP Paribas French Retail Banking, becoming a member of the BNP Paribas Group Executive Committee.
She also sits on the Executive Board of France’s largest employer federation, MEDEF and she is also a Member of the Board of Directors of ADIE.