Olivier FLICHE entered the Finance Ministry in 1994. In 2001—2003 he was seconded to the European Commission to help start the Solvency II project. He then joined the Insurance supervisory authority as head of a supervisory unit and, later, after the merger with the banking supervisory authority, became director of prudential insurance supervision. From 2013 to 2018, he was director of the supervision of business practices directorate at the French banking and insurance supervisory authority (ACPR) and Chair of the IAIS Market Conduct Working Group (2013-2017).
Olivier FLICHE holds a degree of the École Polytechnique and a degree of the Institut d’études politique de Paris. He is also a qualified actuary (Institut des Actuaires).
Didier Warzée, a Corps des Mines chief engineer, has graduated from the École Nationale de la Statistiques et de l’Administration Économique (ENSAE) and an actuary certified by the French Society of Actuaries.
Didier started his career as an actuary, and then developed an expertise in Risk management within a reinsurance company. He later managed teams establishing granting score within a financing company, before joining the ACPR in 2009 within insurance supervision teams. From 2013 to June 2016, he was deputy head of Insurance Institutions Division in charge of authorizations.
Pierre Bienvenu, is a graduate of both Sciences Po Paris and École Polytechnique (Master 2 in Economics and Public Policy). Having joined the Banque de France in 2013, Pierre worked in banking supervision teams, especially within the framework of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM).
Su YANG, a graduate from l’École Polytechnique (X2010), is a Corps des Mines Ingineer. He also has obtained a Data Science master degree from Mines-Télécom Institute.
After some experience as data scientist at a video game editor in San Francisco, he joined Fintech-Innovation Unit in July 2017.