Phillippe Bouyoux

Bouyoux, Philippe
Philippe Bouyoux is currently Minister Counselor for Economic Affairs at the French Embassy in Washington DC; he was appointed on October 7, 2013. Prior to that, he was Deputy to the General Commissioner for Investment at the department of the Prime Minister from March 2012 to October 2013 and Counselor from March 2010 to February 2012.

Prior to this appointment, he was in charge of the special report on Strategic priorities for investment with the Commission chaired by Mr. Juppé and Mr. Rocard, former Prime Ministers. From September 2005 to June 2009, he was Director in charge of Economic Policy at the Department of Treasury and Economic Policy, Ministry of Economy and Finance. Previously, he was posted in Singapore as Head of the Economic Department for ASEAN at the Embassy of France. From 2002 to 2004, he served as Counselor for macro economy and public finances on the staff of the Minister of Economy and Finance. From 1999 to 2002, Mr. Bouyoux was Head of the Financial and Economic Department at the Embassy of France in Brazil. In 1997-1999, he was Deputy Assistant Secretary in charge of macroeconomic and financial policy; and before that, he served as Technical Counselor on the staff of the Prime Minister. He served also as Director of the National School for Economics and Statistics (ENSAE) in 1996. He worked previously at the European Commission as Counselor to the Director General for Economic and Financial Affairs (1992-1995). He started his career at the National Institute for Statistic and Economic Studies (INSEE) and was in charge of the quarterly national accounts (1982-1988), then at the Economic Forecast Department (1988-1992) of the Ministry for Economy and Finance.

Mr. Bouyoux was born in 1957. He is an Economist and Inspector General of Finance. He is graduated of the National School for Economics and Statistics (ENSAE), and has a Master’s degree. He is married and the father of two children.