Lionel Corre’s replacement in the insurance sub-directorate has been appointed

After carrying out structuring reforms for the profession, Lionel Corre left the senior administration on January 10 to join the BCG. His successor is no stranger to Bercy.

This is a position that is particularly scrutinized by the world of insurance, brokerage and its representatives. The Directorate General of the Treasurythe central administration attached to the Ministry of Economy, has a new deputy insurance manager. He replaces Lionel Corre who had vigorously carried out several structuring reforms for the sector, including the Pacte law and the measures surrounding retirement savings, brokerage reform and modernization of the cat’nat’ regime, before joining the consulting firm Boston Consulting Group 1er last February.


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