Dorothee Browaeys

CEO, TEK4life
  • France
Didier Bergeret

Director of Sustainability, The Consumer Goods Forum

Didier Bergeret is Director, Sustainability, at The Consumer Goods Forum and covers three Coalitions of Action: Forest Positive, Human Rights – Working to End Forced Labour, and the Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI). The main focus of his work is to develop collaborative and practical solutions for the industry to advance responsible businesses and value chains. He supports the implementation of these CGF’s Coalitions launched by the CEOs of the Board of the Consumer Goods Forum and ensures effective linkages between essential sustainability areas. Didier engages stakeholders, institutions and governments with the industry to coordinate efforts on such issues and to drive positive change for companies’ own operations and supply chains.

With professional experience in both private and public organisations, Didier’s expertise lies in building key partnerships to foster sustainable business performance, NGO management, procurement and consulting services for private and public actors. From an educational background in Political Science and International Economics in France, Germany, Spain and the UK, his international experience and language skills serve him well in his daily work.

Jean-Jacques Barbéris

Director of the Institutional and Corporate Clients division & ESG, AMUNDI

Jean-Jacques Barbéris is Director of the Institutional and Corporate Clients division & ESG and an Executive Board member at Amundi. Amongst other things, Jean-Jacques is supervising ESG within the General Management Committee.

He started his career in the French Treasury Directorate General where he served in units in charge of commodities and financial markets from 2008 to 2012. He then became then member of the cabinet of Pierre Moscovici, Minister of Economy and Finance, masterminding France funding policy agenda, contributing notably to the creation of BPI France, the French Public Investment Bank. Before joining Amundi, he acted as advisor for Economic and Financial affairs in the cabinet of the French President of the Republic, where he served from 2013-2016.

Jean-Jacques Barbéris is a graduate from Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines, agrégé in History, and alumni at both Sciences-Po Paris and Ecole Nationale d’Administration. He has been lecturer in advanced economics at Sciences-Po Paris from 2009 to 2012