Edmond Alphandéry

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Edmond Alphandery at the State of the Union Conference 2012 in FlorenceSpeaker – 9 May, 11.30 – 13.00

SESSION 1 – Economic Governance for Europe

Panel 2 – What implications for the integration process and the Outer World?

Edmond Alphandéry has served as Chairman of CNP Assurances in Paris since 1998. Prior to this appointment he was Chairman of Electricité de France. From 1993-1995 he worked as a Minister of the Economy in the Government of Edouard Balladur, where he launched a widespread program of privatization, including BNP, Elf, and Renault. Mr. Alphandéry graduated in 1966 from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, and after studying at the University of Chicago and the University of California, Berkeley, he obtained his French Ph.D. in Economics in 1969 and his “Agrégation” in Political Economy in 1971. He began his university career at the University of Nantes and from 1974-1992 served as a Professor of Political Economy at the University of Paris II. As former Member of the Consultative Committee of RWE AG, Mr. Alphandéry is presently a Board Member of Crédit Agricole CIB, of GDF SUEZ and of NOMURA Securities. He also attends the Consultative Committee of the Banque de France and belongs to the French section of the “Trilateral Commission.” He is the author of numerous articles and books devoted to economic and monetary affairs, as well as the founder of the “Euro50 Group” which gathers leading European personalities concerned with monetary policy of the European Central Bank.

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