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Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Groupama Assurances Mutuelles - Groupama Assurances Mutuelles
Fabrice Heyriès is Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Groupama Assurances Mutuelles.
A graduate of the Institute of Political Studies of Aix-en-Provence and former student at ENA, Fabrice Heyries began his career in the civil service, at the Ministry of the Interior, where he worked in several roles, in particular, in the fields of financial management, property management, human resources and logistics.
In 2003, he became an auditor and then court magistrate at the French ‘Cour des comptes’ as a magistrate-rapporteur and then counsel to the First President and then finally assistant director for the Directorate-General in charge of human resources and training Department.
In 2007, he joined the office of the Minister of Employment, Industrial Relations, the Family and Solidarity as budgetary advisor, responsible for monitoring the comprehensive review of public policies and social adviser; then he worked as assistant director responsible for the solidarity portfolio.
In January 2009, he was appointed director general of social action (DGAS) and then in January 2010, director general of social cohesion (social action, women’s rights, family, social economy), when this new entity was created.
He was then appointed Human Resources Director of the Group and Groupama S.A. in December 2011, and General Secretary of Groupama S.A. in 2014.
Fabrice Heyriès has been appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Groupama S.A. in charge of human resources, finance, legal, audit and risks, and he will begin his role on 4 July 2015.
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