1960

Yves Renard takes over the family business

In the 1960s, it was Yves Renard, father of Quentin, who entered into the family business. He orientated the business more towards brokerage, and launched the collective insurance activity (health – contingency). Yves Renard structured the business, equipping it with analytical accounting and defining the specialised departments. Later, he used new IT tools to develop a tele-processing system for insurance payouts, complementary to social security, a first in France. A natural trailblazer, Yves Renard even implemented the Robien law at Servyr which limits the working week to 35 hours.

Consequently he says: “When I arrived, it was a very personal matter, I made it into a real business”