Founder and President of Lysios
Jean-Luc Archambault graduated from the prestigious Corps des Mines. He was in charge of Industry and Environment policies at the French General Secretary for European Affairs. He then worked for the Ministry of Industry and was in charge of the telecom sector.
Jean-Luc was an advisor to two former Ministers for Industry (Gérard Longuet and Franck Borotra) and Director for Information Technologies at the Directorate-General for Industry. Subsequently, he chose to work in the private sector, first as an associate to the BNP’s Private Equity team, then as Director of External Relations and Strategy for SFR.
Jean-Luc founded Lysios in 2003. Besides managing the team, he also enables the firm’s clients to benefit from his experience in Senior Civil Service, his expertise in digital technology and industry, and his knowledge of competition-related issues.
Jean-Luc Archambault is a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm). He obtained the “Agrégation” in Mathematics and graduated from the Engineering School Télécom Paris.
Areas of expertise: digital economy, competition, industry, broadcasting and media, telecoms, European policies and programmes, environment