Jean Boissinot is Deputy Director, Financial Stability at Banque de France and head of the NGFS Secretariat since 2021. He was previously a senior advisor to the Governors in charge of financial stability matters.
Before joining the Banque de France in 2018, he held various positions at the Direction générale du Trésor (French Ministry of Finance), most recently as Director, Financial stability (2017-2018) after leading the banking and financial sector analysis division (2011-2017) in charge of advising on domestic finance issues while also serving as secretary general to the Haut Conseil de stabilité financière (French macroprudential authority). In this position, he has been responsible for the private finance agenda of the COP 21 French presidency and the lead on related domestic policies from 2013 onwards. Over the course of his career, he has also worked at HM Treasury (British Ministry of Finance) and been involved in a number of international groups (G20, FSB, OECD, etc.).
An alumni of Ecole polytechnique, Ensae and PSE (Paris School of Economics), he is a Louis Bachelier Fellow and an adjunct professor at Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne)