Lysios Public Affairs offers advice and guidance to its clients, helping them improve their interactions with their political, legislative, regulatory and socio-economic environment and develop their activities.
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 electronic and digital sector.
Areas of expertise: digital economy, competition, industry, broadcasting and media, telecoms, European policies and programmes, environment
Pierre Bouchacourt worked in Parliament for several years, in particular as Parliamentary Assistant to Dominique Strauss Kahn, MP and former Economy and Finance Minister. He was also a member of Dominique Strauss Kahn’s campaign staff during the Socialist Party’s presidential primaries in 2006.
Areas of expertise: parliament and regional/local authorities, zoning laws, housing, trade and distribution issues, security issues, health industry, social economy
Jean-Philippe Daniel worked as a political advisor for several local governments, two Government Ministries and the French National Assembly before becoming a consultant in public affairs.
Areas of expertise: transport, manufacturing industry, tourism, cultural industries, politics and parliamentary issues, international affairs
Alban de Louvencourt began his career as Business Development Manager for a software publisher on the Internet (Critical Path). He was then General Representative for the business lobbying association ETHIC and joined Lysios in 2005.
Areas of expertise: digital economy, entrepreneurship, energies, financial services, politics and parliamentary issues, broadcasting and media
Jacques de Tournemire is a former student of ENA. He was an advisor to the Minister of Health and to the Prime Minister on health and social protection issues. After working at the executive board of an international pharmaceutical group, he became an advisor on issues related to health and economics.
Areas of expertise: economics and Health
After having started his career at the National Assembly as a political advisor, Claude Morel became Principal Private Secretary to Pierre Joxe, Minister of the Interior. He then held a number of positions within the Ministry, alternating with posts as deputy préfet and later as préfet. He participated in the implementation of the Matignon agreements in New Caledonia from 1988 to 1991.
Areas of expertise: transport, central and local administrations, local government, project management, training
Olivier Petros dedicated his career to the energy sector, strategy and international affairs.
Areas of expertise: energies, international affairs, défence
Patrick Stefanini devoted his career to civil service and politics, on a national and regional level. He began his career at the Ministry of the Interior, and then worked with Alain Juppé at the RPR (leading right-wing party), before joining Jacques Chirac’s presidential campaign in 1995. He then became deputy Chief of Staff and advisor to the Prime Minister Alain Juppé.
Areas of expertise: parliament and regional/local authorities, central and regional civil service, politics and parliamentary issues, security
André Viau alternated a career as Préfet – State representation at a territorial level- with positions in various ministries. He was a deputy Chief of Staff for the Ministry of the Interior (Jean-Louis Debré), an advisor to the Prime Minister (Jean-Pierre Raffarin) and civil-military Chief of Staff to the Ministry of Defence (Hervé Morin).
Areas of expertise: central and regional civil service, défence, international security, cyber security
Agathe Bonnin worked at the Ministry of Defence in 2017, where she was in charge of parliamentary relations. She then specialized in competition and telecoms issues at the international legal firm Hogan Lovells. In addition, she was a local councillor for the city of Saint Cloud from 2014 to 2016.
Areas of expertise: competition, legislative and regulatory monitoring, digital economy and telecoms, défence
Before she joined Lysios in 2016, Camille worked for the Ministry for the Economy and Finance, at the Directorate General for Enterprise (DGE), on promoting French industrial interests within the framework of international trade agreements and the Trade Defence Instruments.
Areas of expertise: legislative and regulatory monitoring, industry, trade and distribution, digital economy and telecoms, health, agriculture sustainable development, energy, circular economy
Samira Bougrara worked at CANAL+ and Lagardère active where she was in charge of institutional relations. She then joined the ethics and pluralism division of the public television group France Televisions.
Areas of expertise: cultural industries, legislative and regulatory monitoring, health, parliamentary issues, regulation and competition, digital
Before she joined Lysios in 2018, Laure worked for Vae Solis, a consulting company specialised in crisis communication in legal affairs, where she focused on digital technology. Laure was also in charge of public relations for a start-up company belonging to the Bolloré group.
Areas of expertise: Health & Biotechnologies, entrepreneurship, legislative and regulatory monitoring, energies, sustainable development, circular economy
Prior to arriving at Lysios in 2019, Mathilde Laurent had been a Parliamentary Assistant for the last six years.
Areas of expertise: politics and parliamentary issues, digital and audiovisual policies, civil liberties, justice
Prior to joining Lysios in 2012, Julien Morel was a Parliamentary Assistant at the French National Assembly, as well as a project officer at Canal Plus and at the TV Advertising National Syndicate. Julien was also involved in several campaigns during the last two legislative elections, in charge of a candidate’s communications in 2012 and worked as a campaign manager in 2017.
Areas of expertise: digital economy, legislative and regulatory monitoring, budget laws, industry, financial services, broadcasting and media, transport and new mobilities, sport
Bénédicte Rouault was a consultant for Lysios between 2013 and 2017. She then joined the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Pays de la Loire where she was in charge of institutional relations and advisor of the President. She was back to Lysios in 2018, as a senior consultant.
Areas of expertise: housing, cultural industries, legislative and regulatory monitoring, social security and budget laws, industry, local government, security, infrastrucutres
With a 15-year experience at the Boston Consulting Group as European Training Coordinator and more recently as Office Manager in a law firm, Marie-Pierre is accustomed to working in a highly demanding and stimulating international business environment.
Areas of expertise: available, interaction and communication skills, customer service oriented, strong organization and coordination skills
Jean-Michel Chasseriaux has devoted most of his career to international scientific relations. He was Director of International Relations for the French Ministry for Research and for two research institutes (INRIA and IRD) where he acquired first-hand experience in international and European negotiations.
Areas of expertise: digital economy, energies, telecoms, European policies and programmes
Pierre Ménat is a career diplomat – he worked for two Foreign Ministers (Jean-Bernard Raimond and Alain Juppé) and was an ambassador in several countries. He was also an advisor in European Affairs for the French President Jacques Chirac.
Areas of expertise: international affairs, European institutions and policies, Central and Eastern Europe, support for companies' international development
Before joining Lysios in 2010, Marie-Myrtille worked for Vivendi’s legal department. Then she joined a law firm in Madrid, mostly dealing with cases related to European Telecommunications and Competition Law.
Areas of expertise: telecom and digital, media, European policies and programmes, environment, sport
Before he joined Lysios in 2018, Paul worked for Bosch’s public affairs department in Paris and Brussels. He then joined the Head of European affairs of Groupe PSA where he followed topics related to new mobilities, research-innovation and circular economy.
Areas of expertise: transport and new mobilities, European fundings, energy, digital, circular economy
Prior to joining Lysios in January 2019, Camille was trained in the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission, worked in several law firms and in a European public affairs consulting firm in Brussels.
Areas of expertise: telecoms, media and digital economy, intellectual and industrial property, European policies and programmes
Lysios Public Affairs has a renowned expertise in dealing with public authorities and taking part in the French and European decision-making processes.
Lysios offers a full range of services to its clients, in Paris as well as in Brussels, defining and meeting their needs in the following areas of expertise: political, legislative and regulatory monitoring; strategy consulting in public affairs; lobbying; business development and funding; training and coaching.
Since the beginning, Lysios Public Affairs has been working with major French and foreign firms, business organisations, associations and foundations, mostly from the following areas of expertise:
With its proven expertise in public institutions and as a privileged observer of the French and European political life, Lysios regularly publishes articles and analyses.
Lysios Public Affairs’s work is based on transparency according to a strict Code of Conduct.
Since 2009, Lysios Public Affairs has been a member of the Association Française des Conseils en Lobbying et Affaires Publiques (AFCL) – a major Public affairs and Lobbying Association in France – and therefore a signatory to its Code of Conduct. Lysios Public Affairs is also registered at the lobby registers for both the Senate and the National Assembly. In Brussels, Lysios is registered at the European Transparency Register. Since 2011, Lysios has also been a member of the European Public Affairs Consultancies’ Association (EPACA) and a signatory to its Code of Conduct.