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Sport Philippe Villin, the man who sells Xavier Bertrand to the bosses

09:40  09 february  2021
09:40  09 february  2021 Source:   lejdd.fr

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Conseiller de l’ombre des PDG du CAC 40, Philippe Villin a mis son carnet d’adresses au service du président de la Région des Hauts-de-France, Xavier Bertrand. © Sipa

Advisor in the shadow of the CEOs of the CAC 40, Philippe Villin has put his address book at the service of the president of the Hauts-de- France, Xavier Bertrand.

Philippe Villin has decided: if Nicolas Sarkozy is not a candidate in 2022, he will support Xavier Bertrand. This 66-year-old investment banker, owner of several hotels, has decided to bet on the president of the Hauts-de-France region. And to open his address book filled with numbers of bosses of the CAC 40. He has even already started to raise funds for him: the first donation fell on Wednesday. Because if he still dreams of a return to politics. his thirty-five year old friend Nicolas Sarkozy, Villin is already preparing plan B just in case.

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"I never admitted the election of Emmanuel Macron, he said. So I want a 'real' right-wing candidate to be there to beat him, not someone who worked with him and who more is, who can defeat Marine Le Pen. For me, it can only be Nicolas Sarkozy or Xavier Bertrand. "

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Enarque, financial inspector and former press man - he was vice-CEO of Le Figaro and president of France Soir before being landed by Robert Hersant in 1994 - Philippe Villin now advises the bosses of the CAC 40. The playground of this maverick with the verb willingly assassin: the s behind the scenes of mergers and acquisitions. Recently, he worked for the CEO of Veolia, Antoine Frérot, engaged in a project to buy out Suez.

During the 2016 primary, he had already gone fishing for donors, for Nicolas Sarkozy. The day after the Trocadéro meeting in 2017, he tried to convince François Baroin to take up the torch of a François Fillon in the midst of a shipwreck. In vain. This art collector, opera and ballet lover, will cure his depression by having Karol Beffa compose a requiem "in homage to a dead right", presented in 2018 at a private concert.

The two men exchange several texts a day

Why Bertrand, then? It was Pierre Giacometti, then Nicolas Sarkozy's communications advisor, who in 2008 had whispered the name of the young Minister of Labor to him. "I thought I would meet a classic politician, who would receive me late and not listen to me, remembers Villin. I was charmed by his punctuality, his intelligence and his attentiveness, and I immediately decided to help him. . "

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Philippe, he is not only the friend of the CAC 40. He is able to have contact with people of all conditions

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He then invites him to social dinners that he regularly organizes his home. Since then, Xavier Bertrand has participated in around thirty such feasts, where he meets CEOs currently in office and others in the making, as well as cultural players. On the evening of the first anniversary of Macron's election, "I saw Philippe decompose when his guests explained to me that I was nice, but that Macron was flawless and that I had no chance" laughs Bertrand.

Since then, he assures, the same would have "evolved". The Covid-19 has interrupted these suppers, but the two men continue to exchange several texts a day and to talk to each other every week. "Philippe is not just a friend of the CAC 40, Bertrand emphasizes. He is able to interact with people of all walks of life. He has one of the broadest eyes I know." Regardless of whether Villin is a big euro slayer: "I told him he wouldn't convince me," said the former minister. And the fact that this friendship could annoy the Elysee is probably not to displease them both.

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