Highlighting the value of the French economy in a complex international environment is one of AFEP’s constant concerns. Fair, profitable competition in all areas (consumer rights, intellectual property, digital, etc.) is a guarantee of competitiveness and a major issue for AFEP, which it lobbies for in Paris and Brussels.
It strives to create conditions for companies that are as conducive to growth as possible, and of financial benefit to all the economic stakeholders (consumers, employees, sub-contractors and suppliers). In this context, it pays specific attention to better inter-company relations by highlighting shared good practices.
Building a dynamic economy with more and better jobs requires a stable legal environment conducive to innovation:
Emmanuelle Flament-Mascaret joined AFEP in 2001 as Director of Business Affairs and Intellectual Property.
She focuses on competition, consumer rights, intellectual property (patents mainly) and now on digital matters (personal data protection, the data economy). She represents AFEP’s positions in these different areas to the public authorities in both Brussels and Paris, produced from the working groups she regularly leads. She began her career at the Commission des Opérations de Bourse (COB), now the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), where she held various posts (Public Relations Department, Operations and Financial Information Department ).