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Arnaud VAISSIÉ

Co-founder & CEO | International SOS

 

International SOS is in the business of saving lives, managing health and security risks for global workforces.

After graduating from the Institute of Political Sciences of Paris (Sciences-Po), Arnaud Vaissié began his business career as a Financial Executive in France, and then moved to San Francisco as Head of Compass Inc for America.

In 1985, alongside Dr. Pascal Rey-Herme, Arnaud Vaissié founded International SOS in Singapore.

Present in 85 countries, the group currently operates with more than 10,000 employees, including 1,400 medical doctors and access to over 3,200 security specialists. International SOS has over 12,000 corporate clients as well as Governments and NGOs. Since January 2020, International SOS has been at the forefront of the Covid-19 pandemic, helping clients to protect their employees and business resilience as well as organising return to work. International SOS medical and security analysts provide 24/7 information and advice on the pandemic and its assistance centres have carried out hundreds of Covid-19 related evacuations.

Board member of the Institut Montaigne, Arnaud Vaissié chairs working groups on French intermediate-sized companies. In February 2018, he published a book titled: “ETI: taille intermédiaire, gros potentiel”.

He chairs the France-Singapore Business Council at MEDEF International, the French employers’ organisation and he is the Honorary President of CCI France International which brings together 123 French Chambers of Commerce in 92 countries.

He is also the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Lycée International de Londres, Winston Churchill.

Arnaud Vaissié is chevalier de la Légion d'honneur and officier de l’ordre national du Mérite.

Represent our sponsor: International SOS


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CEO reflecting on today's and future crisis
Day 1 | November 26, 2020 16:25 (CET)