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SIMULTANEOUS FORUM: Performance management in a cooperative context
A graduate of HEC and ENA with an undergraduate degree in Business Law and a graduate degree in Public Law, Jean-Louis Bancel worked in the Insurance Department of the French Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Budget before becoming Chief of Office for the Secretary of State in charge of Consumer Affairs. He has held several positions in the insurance mutual sector, including Secretary-General of the Groupement des entreprises mutuelles d’assurance (GEMA) from 1993 to 1997 and CEO of the Fédération Nationale de la Mutualité Française from 1997 to 2004.
He joined the Crédit Coopératif as Deputy Vice-Chairman in 2005 and has been President since 2009. He is also President of the BTP Banque Board of Trustees, a BFBP director, member of the Board of the International Co-operative Alliance, member of the Board of the Autorité des normes comptables (accounting standards authority) and Vice-President of the Commission des normes comptables privées (private accounting standards commission).
About Groupe Crédit Coopératif
Established by the Crédit Coopératif national bank and its component movements, the Groupe Crédit Coopératif (GCC) is a diversified group of banking and financial institutions focused on the financial solidarity of its members. Led by the Crédit Coopératif, GCC provides its clients and organizations with the tools they need to help build effective and efficient solutions that are supported by a stable and sustainable reciprocal partnership.
Its cooperative governance, non-publicly traded status, limited remuneration of capital and its stand-alone, client-tailored computer system have given it the autonomy it needs to work with the long-term in mind and, over time, to establish policies and partnerships.
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