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Lussier Dale Parizeau acquires Trinome Conseils


Hubert Roy

August 8, 2018 07:45

Patrice Jean | Photo : Réjean Meloche

The brokerage firm in damage insurance and financial services Lussier Dale Parizeau announced early this morning have made the acquisition of Trinome Conseils. It is a firm of actuaries who specializes in supporting enterprises, associations and groupings in their needs the group insurance, pension plans, human resources, as well as in health and safety in the workplace.

The volume of Lussier Dale Parizeau to $ 115 million ($M) in financial services. Including property and casualty insurance, the firm totals $ 440 Million$ bonuses. The result of this acquisition, it employs 800 people, of which 540 representatives certified, working in 28 branches.

The 40 employees of Trinome Conseils join Lussier Dale Parizeau, including its three shareholders, Pascal Beaulieu, René Roy and Isabelle Simoneau.

New expertise

Patrice Jean, president and CEO of Lussier Dale Parizeau, told the Journal of the insurance that her office adds a number of expert opinions he did not hold with the acquisition of Trinome. “We also acquire human resources of high quality, including its leaders, who are in their forties and fifties. They will be with us long, ” he says.

As an example, he points out that Lussier Dale Parizeau did not offer consulting services in human resources. “We see more and more brokers in damage insurance, which are acquisitions of financial services. This market remains segmented. There are opportunities for us, ” he said.

Mr. John adds that the life insurance and group insurance are called upon to take up more space within Lussier Dale Parizeau. Before this transaction, the firm was pulling between 8 % and 9 % of its revenues. The acquisition of Trinome is move everything closer to 14 %, said the CEO of Lussier Dale Parizeau.

“The world is changing. No one can deny the threat that changes to the car have put on the automobile insurance. By diversifying, we take out this threat on our portfolio. “

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