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Being a member of Institut Montaigne means joining a network of thought leaders from the private sector, academia and civil society, to actively participate in shaping policies and the public debate. Our corporate members form a diverse base of influential individuals and organizations who actively contribute to our reflection, research and analyses.

Institut Montaigne is funded exclusively by private contributions from over 180 companies of different sizes and sectors, each representing less than 1.5% of the €6.6 million total budget. The generosity of our members allows Institut Montaigne to keep responding to our challenging and ever-evolving international environment.

By joining us, you position yourself alongside key players of our future, and help maintain Institut Montaigne’s international reputation for excellence.

The value and benefits offered by the corporate membership provide an immediate return on investment through:

  • Powerful advocacy to policymakers and other stakeholders in France and Europe
  • Rigorous analyses shedding light on quantitative figures and benchmarking in a variety of policy fields
  • High-quality reports carried out by prominent business leaders, former and serving politicians and policy makers, academics, and civil society, to which corporate members may contribute
  • Participation in exceptional and exclusive events around distinguished speakers: French and European business and political leaders from all over the world
  • Unique opportunities for networking and connecting with our affiliated experts for stimulating conversations on a wide range of topics

Our members

A
ABB France
AbbVie
Accenture
Accuracy
Activeo
Adecco
Adeo
ADIT
Aéma
Air France - KLM
Air Liquide
Airbus
Allen & Overy
Allianz
Alvarez & Marsal France
Amazon
Amber Capital
Amundi
Antidox
Antin Infrastructure Partners
Archery Strategy Consulting
ArchiMed
Ardian
Arquus
AstraZeneca
August Debouzy
Avril
AXA
B
Baker & McKenzie
BearingPoint
Bessé
BG Group
BNP Paribas
Bolloré
Bona fidé
Bouygues
Brousse Vergez
Brunswick
C
Candriam
Capgemini
Capital Group
CAREIT
Carrefour
Casino
Chubb
CIS
Cisco Systems France
Clifford Chance
Club Top 20
CMA CGM
CNP Assurances
Cohen Amir-Aslani
Compagnie Plastic Omnium
Conseil supérieur du notariat
Corrèze & Zambèze
Crédit Agricole
D
D'Angelin &Co.Ltd
Dassault Systèmes
De Pardieu Brocas Maffei
DIOT SIACI
Doctolib
E-F
ECL Group
Edenred
EDF
EDHEC Business School
Edwards Lifesciences
Egis
Ekimetrics France
Elsan
Enedis
Engie
EQT
ESL & Network
Eurogroup Consulting
Fives
Foncière INEA
G
Getlink
Gide Loyrette Nouel
Google
Groupama
Groupe Bel
Groupe Edmond de Rothschild
Groupe M6
Groupe Orange
H-I
Hameur et Cie
Henner
Hitachi Energy France
HSBC Continental Europe
IBM France
IFPASS
ING Bank France
Inkarn
Institut Mérieux
International SOS
Interparfums
Ionis Education Group
iQo
ISRP
J-K
Jeantet Associés
Jolt Capital
Kantar
Katalyse
Kearney
Kedge Business School
KKR
KPMG S.A.
L
La Banque Postale
La Compagnie Fruitière
Linedata Services
Lloyds Europe
L'Oréal
Loxam
LVMH - Moët-Hennessy - Louis Vuitton
M
M.Charraire
MACSF
MAIF
Malakoff Humanis
Maremma
Mazars
Média-Participations
Mediobanca
Mercer
Meridiam
Michelin
Microsoft France
MicroPort CRM
Mitsubishi France S.A.S
Moelis & Company
Moody's France
Morgan Stanley
N-O-P
Natixis
Natural Grass
Nestlé
ODDO BHF
Oliver Wyman
Ondra Partners
onepoint
Onet
Optigestion
Orano
Ortec Group
PAI Partners
Pergamon
Polytane
PwC France & Maghreb
Prodware
Prudentia Capital
Q-R
Raise
Ramsay Générale de Santé
Randstad
RATP
RELX Group
Renault
Rexel
Ricol Lasteyrie
Rivolier
Roche
Roland Berger
Rothschild & Co
RTE
S
Safran
Sanofi
SAP France
Schneider Electric
Servier
SGS
Sia Partners
SIER Constructeur
SNCF
SNCF Réseau
Sodexo
SPVIE
Stan
SUEZ
Systemis
T-U-V
Talan
Taste
Tecnet Participations SARL
Teneo
TEREGA
The Boston Consulting Group
Tilder
Tofane
TotalEnergies
UBS France
Unibail-Rodamco
Veolia
Verlingue
VINCI
Vivendi
W-X-Y-Z
Wakam
Wavestone
Wendel
Willis Towers Watson France
WordAppeal
Zurich

Becoming a member

Corporate membership is open to companies of all sizes and sectors. Members based in France pay an annual fee depending on their turnover, based on a sliding scale:

If inferior to
150M EUR
21,000 EUR (gross)
If between
150M and 760M EUR
37,000 EUR (gross)
If superior to
760M EUR
68,000 EUR (gross)
Fiscal advantages: for companies whose functional corporate HQ is based in France, a tax credit of 60% applies directly on the corporate tax.MORE INFORMATION
Thibaud Grenez, Head of Corporate Membership
tgrenez@institutmontaigne.org

 

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