Jean-Marc de Royere began his career with Air Liquide in 1990. He is currently Senior Vice President in charge of the CSP program - Dialogue with the Stakeholders. He is also Chairman of the Air Liquide Foundation since 2017. He is based in Frankfurt.
He began his career with Air Liquide in the Engineering field, in a sales position, moving in 1993 to business development in large industrial markets, first in France then in Hong Kong.
He was appointed head of Group Strategic Planning in 1995, adding Corporate Controlling in 1997. From 1999 to 2004, he started a technology business for the Group (“VSD”), through acquisitions.
In 2000, Jean-Marc de Royere was appointed head of the Group’s Healthcare Division, which he developed internationally, particularly around home healthcare.
In January 2010, he was appointed head of Air Liquide’s Asia-Pacific business, while being based in Tokyo.
He next moved to Frankfurt (end of 2013) where he started the Group’s sustainability programme, as it was focusing on air quality and the climate.
Jean-Marc de Royere has a business degree.
He has been a member of the Executive Committee since 2000.