II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Companies & groups
boulevard du Général Martial Valin, 2
Paris 75724 Cedex 15
(+33) 01 40 60 80 80
Safran Brussels Office Square de Meeus 35
(+32) 2 8939751
Mr Jean Paul Herteman
Ms Olivier Horaist
Executive Vice President European Affairs
See our website for more.
SAFRAN is a leading international high-technology group operating in the aerospace (propulsion and equipment), defense and security markets.
Safran SA is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris and is part of the CAC40 index.
Operating worldwide, SAFRAN has close to 69,000 employees in 2014 and annual sales of 15,355 billion euros. Through this global presence SAFRAN not only enhances its competitiveness, but also builds industrial and commercial relations with the world’s leading prime contractors and operators, and provides fast, local services to customers around the world.
Main companies of SAFRAN are
Snecma (aircraft and satellite Mocket launcher engines),
Turbomeca (helicopter engines),
Herakles(launchers and missile engines) ,
Techspace Aero (equipment for aircraft and launchers engines),
Messier-Bugatti-Dowty (landing gear and braking systems and services),
Labinal Power Systems (electrical wiring systems, mechanical and electronic engineering),
Aircelle (aircraft engine nacelles),
Hispano-Suiza (power transmissions for aerospace engines),
Sagem (optronics, avionics and electronics solutions) and
Morpho (multibiometric identification systems, smart cards, explosive detection systems).
Trade: TTIP, UE-Chine, UE-Japon
Programme de Recherche H2020
Politique de Sécurité, politique migratoire, PNR
Directive Droit des Actionnaires
Emploi des jeunes, Apprentissage
Main topics of interest include (not limitative):
The European framework programme for R&T
The European space policy and programmes
Security policies and programmes including the Schengen Information System, border control, visas, passports etc.
Air transport policies and programmes; European Aviation Safety Agency's policies, airport security.
Environment protection and climate change policies,
The building of the CSDP.
100%: 4 50%: 3
The European affairs office employs five persons full time and 3 part time managers. They rely on a network of company experts.
Most Safran actors in European affairs are managers whose main function is industrial and who occasionnaly provide their technical expertise in debates or consultations on various topics.
On the other hand, some Safran subsidiaries supply the European institutions , mainly in the field of security (identity, biometry, access badges etc) directly or through a prime contractor.
|First name||Surname||Start Date||End Date|
|Stéphanie, Marie, Sophie, Frédérique||GUINARD||19/03/2015||17/03/2016|
|Valérie Anne Françoise||GUENON||18/12/2014||16/12/2015|
|Marie-Pierre, Jacqueline, Claude||POQUIN - BRUNNIN GUYARD DE SAINT CHERON||23/01/2015||20/01/2016|
|Olivier, Marie, Philippe||HORAIST||16/09/2015||14/09/2016|
Aerospace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD)
European Organisation for Security (EOS)
Cercle des Délégués permanents français (CDPF)
Confrontation Europe (Bruxelles)
Business Europe (Bruxelles)
Europe et Défense
01/2014 - 12/2014
rapport financier de l'entreprise
rapport financier de l'entreprise
The Safran Brussels office represents the group's interest vis a vis the EU institution and NATO. This registration covers only EU related activities.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.