Anne Le Lorier

Anne Le Lorier

First Deputy-Governor, Banque de France

Anne Le Lorier has been appointed Deputy Governor of the Banque de France in November 2011.
After graduating from the École Nationale d’Administration in 1977, she joined the Treasury, at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, where she spent most of her career. In 1981 she was appointed as France’s Alternate at the International Monetary Fund.
In 1996, she became head of the Financing and Government Shareholding Department in the Treasury, then in 1998 head of the Monetary and Financial Affairs Department and, in this capacity, Censor of the Banque de France. In 2001, she joined the company Fimalac as a specially-appointed adviser to the Chairman and a member of the Executive Committee.
In April 2002, she joined the EDF group, where she occupied various posts: Director, then Deputy Director General of Corporate Finance and Treasury Management of the EDF group and Director delegated to the Secretary General, with responsibility for the Group Risks Directorate and the Audit Directorate.
She has been awarded the honours of Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite and Officier de la Légion d’Honneur.

Session

11 December 2017
14:25  -  15:25

Round table 1

Risks and opportunities related to climate change: transparency and beyond

Moderated by Christian Thimann, Axa Group, Vice chair, Task-force on Climate Financial Disclosures (TCFD) & Chair, European High Level Expert Group on sustainable finance (HLEG)

Wrap-up speech: Anne Le Lorier, First Deputy-Governor, Banque de France

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