The Principality's attractiveness is an essential condition for its development. The challenge is to know how to meet the expectations of residents, investors, companies, employees and tourists. Thus, it concerns all the themes of government action.
It is for this reason that H.S.H. Prince Albert II has made it a major priority for His Government and wanted to strengthen the interministerial dimension of actions and policies in favour of attractiveness.
With this objective in mind, the Sovereign Prince has decided to appoint an Interministerial Delegate for Attractiveness. These functions have been entrusted to Frédéric GENTA, who has becomeDelegate for Attractiveness and Digital Transition; he is also appointed Secretary General of the the Strategic Council for Attractiveness.
Just like what has been successfully undertaken in recent years for the digital transition, the objectives set for Frédéric GENTA are to propose an interministerial strategy adapted to a world in full mutation and to do everything possible to ensure its long-term success. Frédéric GENTA will work under the direct authority of the Minister of State, who wants to optimize the policies and means of the State to reinforce the attractiveness of the Principality.