André Tanti

Honorary Inspector General of Finance, retired since May 2020, was from July 2009 to January 2019, in addition to his duties as Inspector General, Vice-Chairman of the Comité économique des produits de santé (CEPS) for medical devices and services. From November 1994 to June 2009, he was rapporteur for the Comité économique du médicament and then the CEPS for drugs, services and clinical nutrition.​ ​

Previously, he was Managing Director of the Agence nationale pour l’insertion et la promotion des travailleurs d’Outre-mer (ANT, now LADOM) (2006 – 2009); Deputy Senior Defense Official at the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industry (2001 – 2006); Head of the Transport and Communication Office at the French Directorate-General for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control (DGCCRF) (1995 – 2000); Project manager at the DGCCRF for the opening up of public monopolies (1994 – 1997); At the General Inspectorate of Finance (1990 – 1994), he was, in particular, co-rapporteur for the evaluation of public policies in favor of teenagers in difficulty (1992 – 1993). ​ ​

Before joining the Inspectorate General of Finance on the outside, he began his career in the public sector in November 1972, serving in the Financial Market Office of the Treasury Department (1996 -1990), where he negotiated European Community directives concerning the stock market sector (1987 – 1990), and as rapporteur for the Interministerial Committee for Industrial Restructuring (CIRI) (1980 – 1986).​ ​ He has been involved in a number of associations, notably for the benefit of parents of pupils in public education – PEEP – (1982 – 2008), in particular as Vice-Chairman of the Federation (2001 – 2003) and Chairman of its Union in the Académie de Versailles (1997 – 2003). He was also President of the Maison des associations d’Issy les Moulineaux (1993 – 1999).​ He has been an Issy-les Moulineaux (Hauts de Seine) town councillor since October 2011. ​ ​

He is a Chevalier de l’Ordre national du mérite and Officier des Palmes académiques.​


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