Since its creation in 2011, Consors Intelligence has accompanied sixty companies of all sizes: large groups, middle-market companies, and SMEs.
Assisting with the challenging projects of business executives including chairmen, CEOs, members of executive committees, heads of legal and compliance departments, business unit managers, directors of international development, of strategy, M&A, regional or country directors, public affairs directors, and marketing directors, etc., accompanying their projects in France and in over sixty countries across all continents.
Led an business intelligence department at the French Ministry of Defence.
Former due diligence consultant, and then compliance officer and advisor to the president of a property company.
Former investigative journalist graduating from the Journalists Training and Development Centre (CFPJ) in Paris. Founded Consors Intelligence in 2011. Specialist in decrypting key player networks and situations. Lecturer at the School of Mines in Paris.
Private investigator approved by the National Council for Private Security (CNAPS). Specialised in business intelligence. Former military serviceman, headed an operational intelligence department within the French Ministry of Defence.
Anti-corruption expert, audit, and implementation of the Sapin II law, FCPA and UK Bribery act.
Over 15 years’ experience in internal and external audits at major groups such as KPMG, Business Objects, and SAP. Headed the ethics and corruption prevention activities of the Steria Group. Lecturer at the Paris-Dauphine University MBA program. Several "Sapin II Law" assignments for listed and unlisted companies. Expert to the Harvard Business Review France.
Expert in anti-fraud investigations and procedures
Was the fraud auditor at the Saint-Gobain Company. Obtained the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) license in 2015. Police officer from 1983 to 2013 with the Judicial Police of Paris: investigations into politico-financial corruption, misuse of corporate assets, abuse of public markets, money laundering, forgery, scams, false bank transfers, and breach of trust. Lecturer at the Paris-Dauphine University.
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