Commercial Director, Directorate General Banknote Manufacturing
Banque de France __ France
After studies at the Institut d’Etudes des Relations Internationales (ILERI), Paris and Le Havre University, Emmanuel started his career at the Monnaie de Paris in 1994, working first in its International Department and Sales Management Division, and then moving to Ottawa, Canada as its official representative, in search of new opportunities on the Canadian and U.S. markets.
In 1997, Emmanuel returned to France to serve as Deputy Business Manager at the Banque de France, where he took responsibility for the marketing of the products and services of its Chamalières printing works, overseeing high-level relationships with central bank clients and actively contributing to European Central Bank (ECB) working groups.
In his current position as Commercial Director for the Banque de France’s Directorate General Banknote Manufacturing, Emmanuel covers a range of additional roles including managing relationships between the Banque de France and ECB, designing commercial, marketing and R&D policy, contract negotiation, and implementing bilateral cooperation policies with clients. Since 2006, Emmanuel is also a member of the Banque de France’s Executive Committee.