Jean-Pierre Petit has been the President of "Green Economic & Financial Notebooks” since 2009. Previously, he was Head of Economic Research and investment strategy of Exane-BNP Paribas (1999-2008) and Deputy Chief Economist of BNP (1995-1999). He graduated from Sciences Po Paris, and holds a Masters degree in International Economics and a Masters of Law. He began his career at the Bank of France (1986 to 1994) and was a consultant to the IMF. He has authored several award-winning books, including "La finance, autrement" (Dalloz, 2005) recipient of the Turgot Special Prize, and "La Bourse, rupture et renouveau" (Odile Jacob, 2003) which won the Turgot grand prize for best book on Financial Economics. Jean-Pierre Petit was named best market economist six times in a row (2002 to 2007) by Extel-Agefi France "Financial Analysis Grand Prix” awards program. He currently writes or has written columns for "Le Monde”, "l’Expansion”, "l’Agefi”, "Le Figaro magazine”, "Banque magazine” and other French publications, and regularly appears on "BFM business”, "Radio classique” and other TV and radio programs.
Founder of Socofi, Marc de Scivitaux led "Green Economic & Financial Notebooks” from 1997 to 2009. Previously, he was CEO of Cursitor-Cecogest (1988-1996). He graduated from Sciences Po Paris. He began his career as a financial analyst at Indosuez. He then joined the general management of Industry at the French Ministry of Industry (1978-1982) before becoming Development Director at Sofaris (1982-1986). He was project manager for the Office of the Minister of Industry under Alain Madelin (1986-1988). He regularly appears onBFM Business, LCI, i> Télé, Radio-classique, and other TV and radio programs.
Raphael Cesari joined "Green Economic and Financial Notebooks” in 2009 as an economist and strategist. Previously, he was an economist at Exane-BNP Paribas (2007-2008) after starting his career at Montpensier Finance, an equity management company. He graduated from the University of Paris-X Nanterre, where he obtained a master's degree in economics and finance and has completed part of his studies at the University of Stockholm.
He joined "Green Economic and Financial Notebooks" in 2015. He was previously an economist / strategist at AG2R La Mondiale (2007-2015), having started at Montsegur Finance as assistant to management and Société Générale CIB as internal auditor. He graduated from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, where he obtained a Master in Finance.