Manager / Head of Geopolitics
KPMG in Norway
Agathe joined KPMG in 2018 where she leads the Geopolitical Risk practice. Leveraging KPMG's global alliance with Eurasia Group, she helps a broad range of clients prepare for and mitigate political and economic risks. This work includes tailored country briefings, integrity and political due diligence reports, and partner assessments. Agathe has extensive international experience in political and economic analysis.
Prior to joining KPMG, Agathe worked for The Economist Intelligence Unit in London as a country analyst for the Asia-Pacific region. She was previously based in Asia for five years, where she worked as an economist for the French embassy in South Korea and as a market entry specialist in Japan.
In addition to KPMG's Corporate Intelligence team, Agathe is also part of the International Development Advisory Services (IDAS) team, where she works on the evaluation of international development projects, funded by donor countries and international agencies. In this position, Agathe relies on her experience as an evaluation consultant acquired in London for UK-funded programs and in New York for United Nations agencies.
Agathe speaks French, English, Spanish, Japanese, and basic Norwegian.
Phone: +47 4766 3663
2013 -2015, Master in Public Administration at Columbia University (New York) and the University of Tokyo (International dual degree)
2005 - 2010, Masters in Political Science at Sciences Po Bordeaux (France)
2007 - 2008, Study Abroad Programme at Ritsumeikan University (Kyoto, Japan)
2018 - present, KPMG AS, Manager in Corporate Intelligence & International Development Advisory Services
2016 - 2018, The Economist Intelligence Unit, Lead Country Analyst East Asia
2014 - 2016, UN Capital Development Fund - UN Global Compact, Evaluation consultant for international development projects at Coffey International
2011 - 2013, French Treasury, Economic Attaché of the French Embassy in South Korea
2011, Natixis Investment Bank in Tokyo, Assistant to the Business Manager