From March 22 to 26, the Employee Savings Week will provide an opportunity to highlight the advantages of this collective savings system. In this article, we focus on the role played by Natixis Interépargne.
Employee savings plans, which concern nearly 11 million people in France, represent a total of 147 billion euros in assets under management according to figures published by the French Asset Management Association AFG. Behind these statistics lie interesting schemes for both employees and companies, solutions that deserve to be accessible to an ever wider public.
As a major player in employee savings and retirement schemes in France, Natixis Interépargne decided to take part in this event once again. It has scheduled a web conference for its customers with Alain Tourdjman, Director of Economic Forecasting and Research at BPCE, on the topic “The PACTE law, one year later?” and, on March 22, a special issue of the Option Finance magazine will be published devoted to retirement savings, with a prominent place given to Natixis Interépargne.
A pioneer in innovation for more than 50 years, Natixis Interépargne offers full access to a comprehensive range of employee savings and supplementary pension solutions: company savings schemes, pension plans linked to securities accounts or, in partnership with Arial CNP Assurances, based on insurance products. In 2020, Natixis Interépargne strengthened its position as a key player in this sector with more than 83,000 corporate customers, nearly 3 million savers, and a 26.5% share of the employee savings market. Finally, it once again confirmed its leadership in the SRI and solidarity-based investment segment with a market share of 31.2%.
The Employee Savings Week is organized by the French financial markets authority (AMF), the French Asset Management Association AFG, the French Treasury, the General Labor Directorate, and the La finance pour tous website.
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