Geneva, 26th February 2019

The chairmanship will change at the next Assembly of Delegates of the La Collective de Prévoyance – Copré. The current Chairman, Robin Gordon, will leave office on May 24, 2019. Claude Roch, a member of the Board of Trustees and the Investment Committee, will succeed him.

Robin Gordon was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2011 and has been Chairman since 2017, he will step down on May 24, 2019, at the next General Assembly of Delegates. He has decided not to run for a third term.

Robin Gordon is the CEO of the Interiman Group and wishes to devote all his energy to the developing the company he heads, which achieved unprecedented growth during 2018.

At its meeting on February 22, 2019, the Board of Trustees unanimously elected Claude Roch as Chairman. He will thus succeed Robin Gordon at the end of the next General Assembly of Delegates.

Claude Roch has been a member of the Board of Trustees and the Investment Committee since 2018. He has proven experience as a business leader.
Aged 58 and a partner of an SME which is active in business and real estate, he holds several directorships, including that of Vice-President of the bank, Raiffeisen Arve et Lac.

The election process for the appointment of a “representative of the insured” has been initiated by the management of La Collective de Prévoyance – Copré.
The complementary election to the Board of Trustees will take place during the General Assembly of Delegates.

Pascal Kuchen, Managing Director of La Collective de Prévoyance – Copré, says: “We thank Robin Gordon for his unwavering commitment to our Foundation. Robin played a leading role during the service internalisation period. We regret his departure but we understand his decision to devote himself entirely to the company he runs. The election of Claude Roch will provide continuity within our Foundation, enabling us to pursue the implementation of our strategic priorities.
La Collective de Prévoyance – Copré had an excellent year in 2018, achieving strong growth and successfully completing the internalisation of its services”.