Laurent Vallée, 46, is a graduate of the ESSEC Business School, the Paris Institute of Political Studies and France's national school of administration (ENA). He began his career with the Conseil d’État, France’s administrative supreme court, where he served – in particular – as Government Commissioner and Constitutional Adviser to the Government's Secretary-General. From 2008 until 2010, he was a lawyer with law firm Clifford Chance, before being appointed Director of Civil Affairs with the Ministry of Justice in April 2010. He was then General Corporate Secretary of the Canal + Group from 2013 until 2015, and has been Secretary General of the Constitutional Council since March 2015.
On 30th August 2017, he was appointed General Secretary of the Carrefour Group.
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