AXA Santé & Collectives provides companies with solutions and services for their employees’ savings, retirement, health, protection and long-term care.

The AXA Group

in France and around the world

AXA Health & Employee Benefits

key figures for 2018

The AXA Group

in France and around the world

No. 2

Global insurance brand
Interbrand

€103

Billion
in revenues

57

Countries

105

Million customers

AXA Health & Employee Benefits

key figures for 2018

88 068

Companies
choose our health or protection solutions

€9,8

Billion
in revenues

1,007

Permanent employees
around the world

An organizational structure that promotes local management and expertise, in France and around the world

Didier
Weckner

Chief Executive Officer

Dominique
Nadal

Head of Sales,
Health & Group Benefits

Patricia
Delaux

Director,
Health & Personal Protection

Yann
Illouz

Director,
Employee Savings and Retirement

Odette
Cesari

International Sales
Director

Thomas
Wilkinson

International Private Medical Insurance
ALHIS

Xavier
Lestrade

EB Partners
ALHIS

Jérôme
Hémard

technical Director
ALHIS

Florence
pasquié Dussoubs

General Secretariat
ALHIS

Didier
Persyn

Director of Operations and Secretary General

Katell
Prunet

Head of Technical, Marketing and
Innovation, Health & Group Benefits

Yves
Hérault

Head of DATA
for Health & Group Benefits

AXA France, a socially engaged insurer

The business of an insurer is to provide protection over the long term, through the products and services it supplies, while fulfilling important commitments to people and the environment. AXA France’s corporate responsibility sits at the heart of its purpose and encompasses three key ideas: preventing risks, protecting the environment and actively encouraging solidarity.

Advancing gender equality

Taking steps to achieve gender equality is a key priority for our company. For many years, we have implemented concrete measures to eliminate inequalities throughout our talent base.

We are therefore proud to announce that our Gender Equality Index is 92 out of 100 points. This index was introduced by France’s “professional future law” no. 2018-771 with the aim to close pay gaps between men and women. Our score reflects the strength of our commitment to gender equality and the effectiveness of the efforts we have made.