Deputy Director General of Economics and International Relations, Banque de France
Mr. Cabrillac entered the Bank of France (Central Bank) in 1984 as an economist in the Foreign Relation Department, then in the Research and Forecast Department. He was seconded to the Ministry of Finance as Financial Counsellor in Cairo (1989-1992) and Tokyo (1994-1996) after spending eighteen months as a foreign exchange and bond trader.
In 1997, he was appointed Head of the African Department (Zone Franc) of the Bank of France. In April 2001, he was seconded to the Ministry of Finance to become Trade Commissioner and Bank of France representative in Hong Kong and Macau. In July 2005, he was appointed Financial Counsellor for Africa at the French Ministry of Finance (Treasury and Economic Policy Directorate General). In October 2008, he was appointed Director of economics and international European relations at the Bank of France and since last October he is Deputy Director General Economics and International.
Benefits of GDP-indexed bonds for issuing countries, investors and international financial stability, with Ludovic Gauvin, Jean-Baptiste Gossé, with VoxEu, 07 March 2017
Les marchés de dette obligataire en devise locale en Amérique latine, avec Marie-Hélène Ferrer, Revue d'économie financière 2016/4 (n° 124)
Introduction, avec Lionel Zinsou, Revue d'économie financière 2014/4 (N° 116)
Les perspectives des unions monétaires africaines, avec Emmanuel Rocher, Revue d'économie financière 2013/2 (N° 110)
Coordination internationale et sortie de crise : quel rôle pour le G20 ? avec Pierre Jaillet, Revue d'économie financière 2011/3 (N° 103)
Économie de la Chine, Coll. Que sais-je ?, Presses Universitaires de France, 2009
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