Anne-Laure has more than 20 years of experience in debt and capital markets and in advising governments and public companies.
In 2009, she joined Rothschild in Paris, in the financial advisory practice. She was appointed managing partner in 2014. From 2015, she focused on sovereign advisory, a practice she helped structure and develop before being appointed global head.
Anne-Laure started her career at Lehman Brothers in 1999, working in several departments in New York, London and Paris. Amongst other things, she headed Lehman Brothers’ Global Finance practice for Northern Europe.
In 2015, Anne-Laure co-founded Youthonomics, an index that ranks countries according to the opportunities available to young people.
In 2019, she founded Global Sovereign Advisory, an independent company that advises governments on all their strategic, economic and financial issues.
She is also the Chair of the Strategic Committee of the Sorbonne University Foundation since 2020, and a member of the Committee for Development Policy (CDP), appointed by the UN Secretary General for the period 2022-2024.
Anne-Laure is a graduate of HEC and Sankt Gallen and holds a Master’s degree in mathematics from Sorbonne University.
International trade: towards increased regionalization?
Despite the proliferation of regional trade agreements in the 2000s, the share of intra-regional trade in world trade has been reduced since the great financial crisis of 2008. Apart from Europe, Asia and, to a lesser extent, North America, the importance of intra-regional trade remains low even in Africa and Latin America. However, given the … Continuedlire l'article