Emmanuel Saliot is a French senior civil servant from the Ministry of Economy and Finance (Inspection générale des finances) seconded as an adviser to the EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator since Jan 2017.
Since 2010 he was serving at the Ministry of Economy and Finance. During this period, he participated and led some audit missions on various public policies for the Government. In addition, he hold the position of Chief of Operating Officer of the French African Foundation for a shared growth, aimed at creating a network of African and French businessmen (2014-2016), and he was sent as an expert in the Cabinet of the European Commissioner for Trade for 5 months (2012).
Emmanuel Saliot was previously a senior supply officer in the French Navy, where he served almost 15 years (1996-2010). He started as a supply officer on board 3 warships, was appointed head of counter pollution and maritime litigation at the Maritime Coastguard Agency in Cherbourg, then joined the cabinet of the Chief of Defence in Paris before joining the cabinet of the President of the EU military Committee.
Emmanuel Saliot is graduated in Politics in Paris (Sciences Po) and in European Law at Free University of Brussels. He is a member of the German Marshall Fund (MMF alumni).