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    1. Curriculum Vitae

    Personal information:

    • French, born in August 1965

    Career:

    • 2015-present: Vice-President at the EIB
    • March 2013 - February 2015: Chief executive at Agence France Trésor, Ministry of Finance, Paris
    • 2007-2013: Executive Director for France at Boards of the IMF and the World Bank, Washington D.C.
    • 2005-2007: Assistant Secretary for Multilateral Affairs and Development, Department of the Treasury, Ministry of Finance, Paris; Co-Chairman of the Paris Club and G8 sous-sherpa
    • 2003-2005: Assistant Director, Africa Department and Policy Development and Review Department, IMF, Washington D.C.
    • 2001-2003: Deputy Assistant Secretary for Debt, Development and Emerging Countries, Department of Treasury, Ministry of Finance, Paris; Secretary General of the Paris Club / Vice Chairman of the Paris Club
    • 1997-2001: Division Head, Government Funding and Monetary Affairs, Department of Treasury, Ministry of Finance, Paris
    • 1995-1997: Alternate Executive Director, IMF, Washington D.C.
    • 1991-1995: Insurance Companies Division, European Affairs Department, Department of Treasury, Ministry of Finance, Paris

    Education:

    • 1989-1991: Ecole Nationale d’Administration
    • 1987: Law Degree, Université de Paris, Sorbonne
    • 1986: Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris

    Last updated: 02 March 2015 (this CV is based on information provided to the EIB by the person concerned)

    2. Areas of oversight & Declaration of interest

    Vice-President Fayolle oversees the following areas:

    • Financing environment (including biodiversity), climate action and the circular economy
    • European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) (until end-2020)
    • Development (policy and horizontal issues, jointly with Vice-President Östros)
    • Financing operations in France, Germany, the ACP countries (Africa and the Pacific, except the Caribbean States and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), jointly with Vice-President Östros), OCTs and South Africa
    • Relations with international financial institutions
    • Coordination with multilateral development banks (MDBs)
    • Relations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB)
    • Relations with the European Central Bank (ECB)

    Other functions

    • Member of the EFSI Steering Board
    • Member of the EIF’s Board of Directors
    • Chair of the EGF Contributors’ Committee

     


    1. Pending the arrival of the Management Committee member appointed by Italy