Our organisation

Since September 2014, AGIFI has brought together concession and partnership agreement holders that work with public authorities to modernise and develop France’s national rail network. The Association contributes to national discussions about the railway sector. We take positions in public debates on regulatory, political, and economic issues that affect us.

The members of the Association

Loïc Dorbec

Loïc Dorbec

Member of the Board representing ERE
President of AGIFI
Chairman of ERE

Biographie

Marc Milosevic

Marc Milosevic

Member of the Board representing SYNERAIL
Vice-President of l’AGIFI
Vice-President of VINCI Railways

Biography

Christophe Pélissié du Rausas


Christophe Pélissié du Rausas


Member of the Board representing LISEA
Vice-President of l’AGIFI
Chairman of VINCI Railways

Biography

Gilles Rakoczy

Gilles Rakoczy

Member of the Board representing Oc’Via
Vice-President of l’AGIFI
Managing Director of Oc’Via

Biography

Hervé Le Caignec

Hervé Le Caignec

Member of the Board representing LISEA
Treasurer of  AGIFI
Chairman of LISEA

Biography

Jean-Matthieu de Laferrière

Jean-Matthieu de Laferrière

Member of the Board representing ERE
Member of the AGIFI Management Committee
Head of Operations at ERE

Biography

Olivier Duval

Olivier Duval

Member of the Board representing SYNERAIL
Member of the AGIFI Management Committee
Director of Rail Systems at VINCI Railways

Biography

Jean-François Marco

Jean-François Marco

Member of the Board representing Oc’Via
Member of the AGIFI Management Committee
Development Director France at Meridiam

Biography

Jean-François Marco began his career in 1998 in the Syndication Loan department at Banque Worms Capital Corporation in New York. He then joined Groupe Bouygues where he spent four years in the Development and Project Finance department at Bouygues Construction. He also worked for VINCI Concessions and Autoroutes du Sud de la France as a Structured Finance Manager. Prior to joining Meridiam in 2010, Jean-François was Vice-President at Antin Infrastructure Partners, where he worked on a number of brownfield projects in the energy, telecom, and transport sectors. He is now in charge of development for France and has 20 years of experience in the infrastructure sector in Europe, North America, and Africa.

Olivier Duval graduated with an engineering degree from ESME-Sudria in 1995. He started his career at Otis as a business engineer for the installation and maintenance of lifts and escalators. In 2000, he joined SNCF, where for 10 years he held operational management positions in infrastructure maintenance and operations for conventional and HSL networks. Building on his experience in the field, he went on to manage commercial offers for the SNCF Group’s subsidiaries for 7 years. He also supported the implementation of operating and maintenance structures on foreign networks. He then oversaw the catalogue of processes to guide the interface between Public-Private Partnership for HSLs in France and the RFN (French National Rail Network).

In 2018, he joined VINCI Concessions to support the growth of its rail business, developing asset management synergies within the group and launching new rail projects.

A graduate of the École Spéciale des Travaux Publics (ME00), Jean-Matthieu de Laferrière started his career with SNCF in the maintenance and operation of railway infrastructure for conventional and high-speed lines. In 2012, he joined the Eiffage Group as Maintenance Director for the Bretagne-Pays de la Loire HSL. Since July 2020, he has also served as Head of Operations at ERE.

Hervé Le Caignec graduated from École Spéciale des Travaux Publics (TP86) and started his career building and maintaining road infrastructure.

He then oversaw the development and operation of major infrastructure through Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) both in France and abroad. He spent 14 years at the VINCI Group, 4 years at SNCF, and 10 years at the Caisse des Dépôts Group. In March 2017, he was named Chairman of LISEA, the concession holder for the Tours-Bordeaux high-speed line.

A graduate of École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Gilles managed the Île-de-France regional branch for Egis Aménagement (transport and mobility engineering, urban development, etc.). He then served as Managing Director of the European Economic Interest Grouping that manages and operates the Mont Blanc Tunnel for ATMB and the Italian Mont Blanc Tunnel Company (SITMB).

He became the new Managing Director of Oc’Via on 1 May 2019.

Christophe Pélissié du Rausas est diplômé de l’Ecole Polytechnique, de l’Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées et d’un DEA de finances de l’Université Paris-Dauphine.
Il a débuté sa carrière au Ministère de l’Equipement, puis il a rejoint le groupe Spie Batignolles où il a exercé diverses fonctions pour le compte de Spie Enertrans. Entré dans le groupe VINCI en 1997, il a exercé des fonctions au sein de différentes entités : Directeur Général adjoint de Campenon Bernard devenu VINCI Construction Grands Projets (1999-2001), Directeur Général de VINCI Energies Nord (2002-2003), Directeur délégué Europe du Sud Est pour VINCI Concessions (2004-2009).
Il est Directeur Général adjoint et Directeur de la Maîtrise d’ouvrage de VINCI Concessions depuis 2009. Il est aussi Président de VINCI Railways depuis 2014. Il est nommé en décembre 2015 membre du Haut Comité du système de transport ferroviaire.

Marc Milosevic’s career began at DUMEZ-GTM as a Project Engineer for iconic civil engineering structures such as the Confederation Bridge project in Canada and the Rion-Antirion Bridge in Greece.

He then joined VINCI Construction Grands Projets as Director of LNG Development. After two years as the General Manager of Arcelor Mittal Construction in Greece and the Balkans, he returned to the VINCI Group in 2010 as CTO for two motorway projects in Greece.

In 2018, he returned to VINCI Concessions headquarters as the Vice-President of VINCI Railways. He was also appointed Chairman of SYNERAIL in April 2019.

Loïc Dorbec graduated from École Polytechnique (X94) and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. His career began in 2000 with the Bouygues Group as a works engineer at Quille and then Alis. In 2005, he moved to Bouygues Travaux Publics to oversee business development in Russia and Ukraine, as well as several CIS countries in Central Asia.

He joined the Eiffage Group in 2006 as Director of Public-Private Partnership projects. In July 2011, he was named Operational Director of the Eiffage Bretagne-Pays de la Loire project.