Alexandre Holroyd has been MP for the third constituency of French nationals living abroad (Northern Europe) at the French National Assembly since 2017 (re-elected in 2022).
During his first term in the French Assembly, he was the coordinator of the elected members of La République en Marche on the Finance Committee and therefore worked on issues of general economics and budgetary control as well as all budgetary legislation. He is responsible on behalf of the majority group for all budget texts examined at the French National Assembly between 2019 and 2022.
He also sits on the European Affairs Committee, where he has worked particularly on reform of the eurozone and the Stability and Growth Pact. Following his re-election in 2022, he was re-elected to the Finance Committee and the European Affairs Committee.
At the end of 2019 and at the request of the French Prime Minister, Édouard Philippe, he was appointed MP on a mission tasked by the Government with conducting an in-depth study into mobilising the financial sector to finance the ecological transition. In the summer of 2020, he presented his conclusions, setting out 24 suggestions for bringing the financial markets into line with the Paris agreements.
Alexandre has also been a member of the Franco-German Parliamentary Assembly, a joint body of the German Bundestag and the French National Assembly, since his first term. Within this framework, he co-chairs the working group on the European Green Deal aimed at advancing Franco-German cooperation to accelerate the transformation towards a carbon-neutral economy.
In 2018, Alexandre was rapporteur for the special committee tasked with preparing France for the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union. In this context, he is helping to secure guarantees for the rights of European citizens living in the UK and for British nationals living in France. He has also chaired various working groups on Brexit within the Committee on European Affairs and the Committee on Foreign Affairs since 2017.
Following his re-election in June 2022, Alexandre was appointed a member of the Supervisory Board of the Caisse des dépôts et consignations.
A graduate of King's College London, the London School of Economics and Sciences Po Paris, Alexandre worked in the private sector in Brussels and London before giving up his professional career to support Emmanuel Macron's candidacy for the French presidency in 2017.