Béatrice Bihr joins the Servier Group as Executive Vice President General Secretariat and member of the Group Executive Committee


Paris, May 26, 2021 – Servier, a global pharmaceutical group, announces the appointment of Béatrice Bihr as Executive Vice President, General Secretariat. Béatrice Bihr joins the Executive Committee of the Servier Group.

A graduate of Sciences Po and HEC, Béatrice Bihr also holds a postgraduate degree in business law from the Sorbonne and an LLM from the University of Chicago. She is a member of the Paris and New York bars.

Beatrice Bihr spent the first ten years of her career as a lawyer, working for international law firms in Paris and New York. Back in France, she has been Executive Legal Director and Corporate Secretary for companies and groups of various sizes. She previously held this position at the Teva Santé pharmaceutical company.

Beatrice Bihr is also Vice-President of the Cercle Montesquieu and a former auditor of the 71st session “National Defense Policy” of the Institut des Hautes Etudes de Défense Nationale (IHEDN).

Béatrice Bihr began her role as Executive Vice President Corporate Secretary of the Servier Group on April 1, 2021. She is in charge of the Legal, Compliance, Litigation Management, Public Affairs, Risk Management and Insurance, Brands, as well as Internal Control departments of the Group.


“I am honored to have been entrusted with the opportunity to join the Servier Group and its Executive Committee to contribute to the success of the many transformations underway,” said Béatrice Bihr. “The Servier Group is governed by a foundation that gives it independence and a long-term vision which are strategic assets for therapeutic innovation and convinced me to join the Group.”


“I am pleased to welcome Béatrice Bihr to the Executive Committee of the Servier group as Executive Vice President, General Secretariat. Her expertise and knowledge of the international context are assets that we can draw on to achieve our ambition,” said Olivier Laureau, President of Servier.