President, HEC Alumni and member of the France Campaign Committee
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A graduate of HEC Paris (2007) and a member of the Institut des Actuaires, Adrien Couret is the managing director of Aéma Groupe, the new mutual protection actor on the French market, born from the merger between Aésio Mutuelle and Macif in January 2021.
Adrien Couret joined Macif in 2008 and spent most of his career there until becoming its general manager in 2019.
Since 2009, he has led various strategic and development projects for the Macif Directorate General. In 2013, he was appointed Director of Strategic Coordination in charge of steering the Office of the Chief Executive Officer and the implementation of the Macif Group’s Medium Term Plan (2013-15). In April 2015, he was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Strategy, Transformation and Performance. His mission included the deployment of the #macifutur strategic plan and the launch of the Macif Group’s innovation initiative. In January 2018, he was appointed Head of the Personal Insurance Business Lines of the Macif Group, comprising the health/death & disability and finance/savings sectors. In this capacity, he is notably Chairman of the Management Board of Mutavie and pilot the project to build the joint group with the UMG Aésio.
In 2019, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Macif Group by the Board of Directors of the Macif Group, meeting on 27 May 2019, replacing Jean-Marc Raby. In the same year, he was appointed Vice-President of the Association des Assureurs Mutualistes (AAM).
In July 2020, he became President of OFI Asset Management, an asset management subsidiary of the Macif Group, after having been a director there since 2014.
Adrien Couret is president of the HEC Paris alumni network, an association of graduates of the School since 2021. His one-year term will be renewable twice. Adrien Couret succeeds Frédéric Jousset, co-founder of Webhelp, who becomes honorary president of the association. Adrien Couret has been involved with the HEC Foundation since 2007.