In a nutshell

Morpho (Safran) is a global leader in security and identity solutions for an increasingly digital and connected world. 

We employ more than 8,600 people in 55 countries and generated revenues of more than €1.5 billion in 2014. Backed by more than 40 years' experience in biometrics, our unique expertise lies in providing cutting edge technologies for a wide range of markets and applications for citizens, governments and business

Morpho contributes to managing identities, protecting borders, detecting threats, ensuring law enforcement and providing trusted on-line transactions and services.

Our solutions ensure safety, protect identities and safeguard privacy, for easier, everyday lives. The security business is playing a major role in Safran's future development.


€1.5 billion
revenues in
in over 55 countries worldwide
and branches across 5 continents
annual turnover
dedicated to R&D


The only company mastering each technology in the security chain

No 1
in ID Documents integrating biometrics
No 1
in the world
for ABIS (Automated Biometrics Identification System) in fingerprints, iris and face recognition solutions
No 1
in the world
for Explosive Detection Systems (EDS) for hold baggage
No 2
in the world
for gaming and betting terminals
No 3
in the world
for smart cards
for Trace Detection Equipment




Anne Bouverot
Chair and CEO
(as of August 1st 2015)
Thomas Chenevier
Chief Operating Officer

Philippe d'Andréa
Executive Vice President,
Business Solutions Division

Karen Bomba
Executive Vice President,
Detection Division and CEO of Morpho Detection

Robert Eckel
Executive Vice President,
MorphoTrust Division
and CEO of MorphoTrust

Samuel Fringant
Executive Vice President,
Security Division

Jacques Pantin
Executive Vice President,
Digital Security and Authentication Division

Jessica Westerouen Van Meeteren
Executive Vice President,
Governmen Identity Solutions Division

Régis Bauchière
Senior Vice President,
Products and Innovation

Jean-Christophe Fondeur
Senior Vice President,
R&T and Software Technical Governance

Marie Gay de Tailly
Senior Vice President,
Human Resources

Alison Joly
Senior Vice President,

Olivier Lafaye
Senior Vice President,
International Development

Pierre Lahbabi
Senior Vice President,

Philippe Larcher
Senior Vice President,
Technical Direction

Guillaume Maisondieu
Senior Vice President,
Continuous Improvement

Philippe Ménard
Senior Vice President,
Administrative, Economic and Financial Affairs

Pascal Normand
Senior Vice President,

Philippe Poncelin de Raucourt
Senior Vice President,



Responsible Business Performance

Morpho Responsible Performance


Presentation of the CSR approach

Building on the commitments of our parent group Safran, corporate social responsibility underpins everything we do as a business. As a leader in the security market, Morpho is committed to meeting the expectations not only of customers but of all stakeholders, including employees, business partners, shareholders and suppliers.

We achieve this by providing high value-added, technically advanced yet remarkably easy-to-use products and services that contribute to the security of people, businesses and countries, while also taking into account key social and environmental issues.



Six Strategic Priorities


Develop innovative products and processes with minimal environmental impact
Foster the involvement of suppliers and partners in our initiatives
Aim for excellence in the safety and protection of people and property
Sustain a culture of integrity throughout the Group
Develop people's potential
Ensure optimum communication with all stakeholders




Internal stakeholders
Employees representatives
Civil society
Financial analysts
Ratings agencies
Business partners
Service providers
Public partners
National governments
Local authorities
Financial analysts
Ratings agencies
Trade associations


Our Code of Conduct

Our code of conduct

Our ethical principles

The Safran Code of Conduct was introduced in 2005. It sets out the Group's principles and values so that all employees can refer to them under any circumstances. The guidelines are not intended to replace or revise national laws and regulations, but to provide a reference baseline for the conduct of professional activities. You can find the Safran Code of Conduct on the "Group" section of the corporate websit.


Trade compliance

The fight against corruption

"Safran believes that its continued success depends on the full commitment by all employees to comply with the guidelines set out in the group's Code of Conduct and business integrity programs. We also believe that ethical excellence is not just a matter of moral obligations or the need to comply with legislation; it calls for exemplary professional behavior by all individuals under all circumstances when dealing with all stakeholders."

Morpho conducts its business in compliance with all applicable anti-corruption and export control laws. To ensure application of the principles set out in its Code of Conduct, Safran has defined business compliance procedures for implementation at all Group companies. Morpho has adopted these procedures in the form of operational processes in order to take into account the specific regulatory requirements applicable to its organization, products and market.

In addition, Morpho was awarded anti-corruption certification valid until April 27, 2017 from independent auditors Mazars/ADIT.

Export Control

Group companies purchase goods and services from different suppliers. They also provide goods and services to customers all over the world. It is therefore critical that Morpho complies, without exception, with all applicable regulations that govern its activities in the export and import of military or dual-use technology.

Safran has defined procedures that guarantee strict compliance with legislation governing export control.

For more information, read the Safran registration document, chapter 5 " Perpetuating the integrity culture/complying with export laws."

Health, Safety, Environment

Health, Safety, Environment

For an industrial company such as ours – and especially as a leading provider of security solutions – protecting the environment means first and foremost managing the risks involved in our business. We do this through a series of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) initiatives aimed at reducing our carbon footprint and preserving natural resources.

A two-year plan called ExcellenSSE (SSE is the French for HSE) has been launched for the period 2014-2016 addressing the three core areas: occupational health, occupational safety and the environment.


Traceability – Conflict minerals

In August 2012 the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a rule on the U.S. government's Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act requiring American companies to report their use of conflict minerals that originate in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or an adjoining country. Conflict materials include tantalum, tin, gold, or tungsten. This has since prompted the European authorities to propose a framework along similar lines to regulate conflict materials sourcing. Morpho implements an ad hoc traceability procedure based on RoHS and REACH substance restrictions.




In line with legislation, and under the impetus of Safran corporate policy, Morpho deploys an inclusion policy to encourage the hiring of people with disabilities. Our proactive approach includes efforts aimed at facilitating access to jobs, maintaining employment for disabled employees, providing training, working actively with the 'protected employment' sector, and implementing communication and awareness campaigns.

Gender Equality

In line with our non-discrimination principles, Morpho embraces gender equality in the workplace. This commitment is reflected in measures that actively promote equal access to employment, training and professional development and equal pay.

Age Equality

As part of our employee engagement efforts, a specific recruitment policy and tailored induction program are implemented to attract and retain recent graduates. At the other end of the scale, Morpho also gives senior employees the option of adjusting their work schedules if their job allows, especially as part of end-of career planning or to ease the transition from employment to retirement, enabling them to transmit their knowledge. In addition, managers receive specific training in avoiding all forms of discrimination during the recruitment process.

Reaching out to underserved neighborhoods

Morpho welcomes job applications from people in underserved neighborhoods and actively supports initiatives to encourage youngsters from such areas to go into higher education.

Our Employees

Our employees

Skills development

Skills development is a key engagement, performance and innovation driver, and is at the heart of Morpho's human resource policy.

We are committed to helping employees develop at every stage in their career and we do this by ensuring effective onboarding of new hires, competency management and developing management skills.

With 82% of our workforce outside of France in 40 different countries, developing cross-cultural and language skills is another top priority. Safran University plays a key role in this process, supporting the Group's transformation and equipping staff with the skills they need to integrate fully into the workplace.



Anne Paris

Discussions between employees and their managers play an essential part in skills development. Individual interviews are the formal component in the process, providing the opportunity to pinpoint training requirements according to career goals and corporate objectives. This may involve developing specific skills or preparing employees to move on to the next stage in their career.


Anne Paris, Talent Manager, Human Resources Development, Morpho


Responsible purchasing

Responsible purchasing

The involvement of suppliers and partners is one of the main thrusts of our CSR policy. To meet our corporate social responsibility commitments to stakeholders, it is essential that our partners and especially our suppliers adhere to the same principles and values. When it comes to selecting a supplier or service provider, compliance with these commitments is just as important as other considerations such as cost, quality, on-time delivery, innovation, and risk management.

Our Responsible Purchasing Code of Conduct is based on the same values as our Code of Conduct: minimum environmental impact, the safety and protection of people and property, HR management and openness with stakeholders.

Learn more

Safran's commitments are formally defined in its Responsible Purchasing Charter, which applies to all Group companies. It can be found in the "Purchasing" section on the Safran website.

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