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Dillan, a company with a mission

Since Dillan's inception, our role has been to enable seniors to improve their retirement, it was natural to officially become a company with a mission

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A reason to exist

"Acting to enable as many people as possible to live a serene retirement, by accessing financial resources in a simple and confident manner."

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FOUR societal objectives

To propose innovative financing solutions that allow seniors to improve their retirement and age well at home
Acting for the dynamism of the territories by encouraging seniors to stay at home
Promote energy-efficient home renovations through our financing solutions, for a lasting impact
Demonstrate transparency, education and simplicity to our senior clients

Dillan was born from two simple observations


of French seniors want to grow old at home. This is a legitimate expectation, but one that is difficult to meet, given that pensions are declining and the costs of home care are very high.


of senior citizens are homeowners and the products allowing them to release the wealth tied up in their property are currently insufficient.

The founders of Dillan set out to provide senior citizens with financing solutions that meet their needs.
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The Management Team

Who are we?

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Stéphane Revault
Prior to launching Dillan, he spent six years with the Korian group, one of the leaders in senior services (nearly 80,000 clients). He was Director of Innovation and New Products, in charge of the launch of the homecare offers.

Previously, he worked as a consultant at Bain & Company for six years where he participated in various missions in the financial and consumer goods sectors.

Stéphane holds a business school degree from ESSEC.
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Aurélien Simon
Prior to launching Dillan, he spent seven years with the AXA Group, a leader in personal insurance. He was in charge of strategic initiatives for the personal protection and long-term care businesses, including the launch and marketing of new products.

Previously, he worked as a consultant at Bain & Company for six years, where he participated in various missions, notably in the financial sector.

Aurélien holds an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale Paris.
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Yazid Aksas
Yazid is a serial entrepreneur who has spent the last 13 years in the US where he founded or co-founded several technology companies including Greystripe and Ipsy.

On returning to France he realised that there were few options available to senior citizens for financing their retirement and decided to create Dillan to address this.

Yazid holds an MBA from Stanford University, a Masters in Law & Accounting from the London School of Economics and a Masters in Management from Paris Dauphine University.
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