Following the introduction in France of the “Pacte” law promoting company growth and transformation, and with the aim of expanding its Employee Stock Ownership & Pension Plans division, the Henner Group is pleased to appoint Aurélien Fortier as a senior consultant for pension plans and employee savings.
Aurélien Fortier – Senior Consultant, Pension Plans & Employee savings
Aurélien Fortier has been appointed to reinforce the pension and employee savings expertise of the division directed by Nada Kada.
With his in-depth knowledge of the market and the Pacte law, and his close collaboration with the various stakeholders (companies, social partners, employees etc.), Aurélien’s task is to advise and guide Henner clients on how to design and manage their pension and employee savings plans.
Aurélien Fortier has gained considerable experience in employee savings and company-sponsored pension plans with asset managers and insurance companies (BNP Paribas, Société Générale Assurances, Amundi Asset Management), actively helping them to design bank and insurance solutions for key accounts and middle market companies.
He is a graduate of the University of Paris I – Pantheon Sorbonne, and the Training Centre for Banking (CFPB). He is also certified with the French Financial Market Regulator, AMF.
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ABOUT THE HENNER GROUP
The Henner Group, present both in France and worldwide, designs innovative personal insurance solutions for 2 million insured members. The independent Group, which is a leader on the group health insurance market, has 1,500 employees throughout France as well as Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
Active in all segments of personal insurance (healthcare, life and disability, funeral, retirement, employee savings, employee ownership, international mobility, medical networks and services), the Henner Group works with nearly
10,000 companies of all sizes to design and manage insurance plans in France and abroad. Its clients come from a diverse range of sectors, which gives the Henner Group a unique vantage point enabling it to understand and anticipate market changes and put forward the most appropriate solutions. The company has put together the world’s largest network of healthcare providers, with 59,000 providers in 187 countries, providing its members access to care wherever they are in the world. It also provides a range of services to develop prevention action and quality of life in the workplace among companies. www.henner.com