Bénédicte Huot de Luze to head AMRAE, the French risk managers’ association

Bénédicte Huot de Luze has been appointed chief executive of AMRAE, the French risk managers’ association.

She takes over in the newly created full-time post as part of moves by AMRAE to increase its level of activity for members.

Gérard Lancner, whom she replaces, has held the role on a part-time basis since 2011.

For the past three years, De Luze has been the scientific director at AMRAE.

Prior to that, the trained accountant created the internal audit department and worked in risk management at KPMG Advisory.

De Luze is responsible for training and conferences, including the partnership with Sciences Po and subsidiary AMRAE Formation, which delivers certified training, qualifications or diplomas.