Brokerage: Adrien Laplane joins Howden France

Adrien Laplane joins Howden France as CFO

Howden France announces the appointment of Adrien Laplane as new CFO, in charge of the financial management of the broker’s development.

A few weeks after the arrival of Eric Demange as commercial director, Howden France continues to structure its teams. The broker thus announces the appointment of Adrien Laplane as the new CFO. The latter will be responsible for structuring the financial management of the company and supporting the development of the broker. Howden France has set itself the objective of growing both through organic growth and through acquisitions.

“After Eric Demange, Commercial Director, Adrien is the second manager to join us in France. It will be a great pleasure for me to work with him. One of his priorities will be to assist me in our acquisition activities. I look forward to continuing to announce the arrival of other talents who, like Adrien and Éric, are entrepreneurs at heart and who wish to take part in a professional and collective adventure.”comments Nicolas Aubert, Managing Director of Howden France.

A graduate of AgroParisTech, Adrien Laplane began his career in 2007 as a private equity analyst at Crédit Agricole Nord-Est. In 2009, he joined the capital management teams of Groupama before joining the actuarial department of Deloitte three years later. In 2013, he joined EY as a senior manager before becoming director of performance management for the Vyv group in 2018. Since March 2020, Adrien Laplane has been the financial director of the wholesale broker SPVie Assurances.


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