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By 25 November 2020April 10th, 2024News


Paris, November 25, 2020

PMP strengthens its Financial Institutions department in the Paris office with the appointment of a new Associate Director and a Senior Advisor

“We are delighted to welcome Laure Lemaignen and Frédéric Channac to our Financial Institutions team, a booming business sector at PMP. Their expertise and operational experience are valuable assets in these times of accelerated transformation for our customers. PMP has great ambitions in this sector, which is why we are measuring our luck that Laure and Frederic join us. We share the same desire to combine expertise and a new way of thinking about the industry. They both have the ability to co-work both with general management and with managerial teams in the sector ”indicates Gilles Vaqué, President and Managing Partner of PMP.

“We want to support the players in banking and insurance in their challenges of strategic transformation. These two arrivals strengthen PMP’s Financial Institutions division, in Paris and in Canada, by combining mastery of consulting methodologies with an intimate knowledge of the internal workings of companies. The high-level operational past of Laure and Frédéric brings a lot of expertise and perspective allowing us to efficiently develop adapted and pragmatic responses to our clients”, confides Marie-Sophie Houis, Partner in charge of the Financial Institutions Division.

Laure Lemaignen, Associate Director of the Financial Institutions division

Laure Lemaignen, an ESSEC graduate, joined PMP within the Financial Institutions Practice after twenty years of experience at Société Générale, where she worked in particular within the group’s Strategy Department and then as Head of Strategy of the Corporate Banking and Investor Solutions division. She supports banks and financial institutions in their strategic development and transformation projects of their activities and organizations, by providing her in-depth knowledge of the sector.

Fréd éric Channac, Senior Advisor of the Financial Institutions division

Frédéric CHANNAC, a graduate of EN3S and HEC (EMBA), joins PMP as Senior Advisor of the Financial Institutions division.

Frédéric CHANNAC has a managerial career. He has notably held the responsibilities of Distribution Director of GROUPAMA-GAN, Managing Director of MAPA, Chairman of the Management Board of MUTAVIE and Deputy Managing Director of the MACIF Group. In addition to managing insurance companies, he led the design and deployment of strategic plans, as well as major business transformation projects and operational progress programs.

He was also vice-president of GEMA (Groupement des Entreprises Mutualistes d’Assurance) and member of the board of AFA (French Insurance Association).

A professional in insurance and mutualism, he brings his expertise to PMP teams on issues and changes in risks, businesses and insurance markets.

About PMP

Founded in 2003 and managed by a partnership of 15 partners, PMP ( is a fully independent strategy, development and transformation consulting firm. The firm works mainly with General Management, to which it offers a service that combines depth in terms of reflection and strategic advice and a strong capacity to deliver flawless execution. PMP, with its four offices in France, Benelux, Canada, Africa Middle East region, has teams specialized in four major sectors: Telecom / Media / Tech, transport / mobility / tourism, energy and banking / insurance. In addition, PMP has expert teams on the subjects of digital / digital transformations, customer experience and financial performance. The company also created a Data Lab over 3 years ago,Lab32 and recruited a team of Data Scientists to strengthen its expertise and exploit the potential of Big Data. With a strong entrepreneurial spirit and openness to the international scene, PMP is positioned as a reference in terms of support in General Management thanks to a methodology that combines content, expertise and co-creation


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