The Monaco Economic Board (MEB) held its General Assembly yesterday, in the presence of Serge Telle, Minister of State. At this meeting, 512 MEB members voted to amend the association's statutes to create the post of Executive Director General.
Guillaume Rose, who has been appointed to this post, will be responsible for making the MEB the entity that coordinates the Principality's public and parapublic structures abroad.
Mr. Rose announced the three main objectives of his new mission: "to maintain and highlight the MEB team, to listen to and give voice to local professionals and develop the MEB's action abroad."
The roadmap, written by the Minister of State, who called for this change in the structure of the MEB, provides for the strengthening of Monaco's influence abroad by coordinating the actions of the Principality and facilitating operations for all.
Mr. Michel Dotta, who has been President of the MEB since 2009, welcomed the new Executive Director General as "a very high level professional and an expert in matters relating to foreign countries."
The MEB then celebrated its 20th anniversary in the presence of H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince and many dignitaries.