According to tabloids, Rémi Huppert is a French writer and financial consultant in international development. Currently, he serves in CONSEIL. It is a Paris-based Counseling firm specializing in international development and management consulting.
After graduating from the University of Paris, Huppert served as Economist at the Central Bank of Tunisia for a year (1969 to 1970). Following a year in 1971, he joined the daily newspaper Le Monde and worked there until 1963 as an editor.
Due to the unhandy political situation, he was forced to leave his country at the end of 1975. The same year, he was appointed as the project manager of the World Bank in Mauritania.
Later in 1986, he started working as a consultant in human resource management. Moreover, he established his own cabinet by 1989. Since then, he is recognized as the regular consultant for the World Bank.
Besides that, his portfolio also includes the working experience in SME equipment credit and Jeune Afrique Group as CFO (Chief Financial Officer).
Apart from that, Mr. Huppert is notably known for his speech in seminars for managers on the themes of management and leadership. According to Rémi Huppert:
The seven virtues of an ideal manager are; Calm, Confidence, Courage, Constancy, Conviction, Clairvoyance, and Conscience.
Being an avid music lover, he also has a keen interest in playing the piano. In addition, he organizes several training camps for those who have an interest in music. He indicates himself as an amateur pianist.
As of 2020, Huppert is estimated to have a net worth of $1 million, according to several online sources. He accumulates his riches from his successful professional career and royalties.
Writing is my passion. I published several novels and essays. - Rémi Huppert
Earning a decent sum of money as a consultant, Rémi Huppert also boosts his net worth from the royalties of his books; novels and essays.
In an interview, he said;
Throughout several titles so far, my novels deal with travel, identity, exile, and memory: l’Ombre de Laure, Le Voyage à Leningrad, Mourir à Grenade, Le Cygne de Saigon, Destin d’un Juif de Chine, Au palais du Ciel and La partition de l'exil.
Furthermore, he added;
My essays reflect my professional experience by highlighting legitimacy, meaning to be found in action and managerial behaviors. Le manager musicien links the worlds of management and music by describing the positive impact of music upon sensitive intelligence, emotional control, and time management. With Agir en beauté, I try to weave possible links between action and beauty.
Rémi Huppert was born on 15 March 1946 in Paris, France, to Raymond Hupert and Annick Beau. His father, Raymond was a manufacturer, and mother Annick was a renowned teacher.
He grew up in his hometown with siblings; sisters Jacqueline Huppert, Caroline Huppert, Elisabeth Huppert, and Isabelle Huppert. Both his sisters Caroline and Isabelle work in the French film industry. The former is a renowned film director, and the latter is an actress.
As of 2020, Rémi Huppert is 73 years old. He holds a French nationality and belongs to a Caucasian White background.