Bertrand Jacquillat


Bertrand Jacquillat, a prominent figure in finance, combines a distinguished career as a researcher, educator and leader in the financial sector. His notable publications, such as “Has Macroeconomic Interest Rate Risk Been Underestimated?” and “Are Stock Market Layoffs a Reality?”, reflect his deep expertise in financial markets, corporate finance, and financial economics.

Currently, he assumes leading roles, notably as Vice-President of the Cercle des économistes, Co-founder and Honorary President of Associés en Finance, and Professor Emeritus of Universities at Sciences Po Paris. He has also held important positions, including as a Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley and Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He has been a professor at HEC, the University of Lille and the University of Paris Dauphine. In addition, he has held directorships in large companies such as Total and Klépierre. His prestigious training includes degrees from HEC and Sciences Po Paris, an MBA from Harvard Business School, as well as a doctorate in Financial Economics from the University of Paris Dauphine.

His main publications, including “The 100 Words of Finance”, demonstrate his extensive expertise in the fields of finance, financial economics and organizational economics. Bertrand Jacquillat continues to play an influential role in the world of finance and economics, contributing significantly to the understanding of financial markets and corporate finance.

Area of Expertise

  • Financial Markets
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Economics
  • Economics of Organizations