Our Strategic Partnerships

Our clients think big, and businesses are increasingly employing human resources abroad.

To best meet their international benefits management requirements, while developing a worldwide network in the context of globalization, AGA is building strategic partnerships with renowned organizations.


Created in 1989, IBN is a leading global network of employee benefits, health and wellbeing consulting firms. Present in over 80 countries, IBN provides member firms and their clients with the expertise required to care for their employees wherever they operate.

Further to a stringent selection process, AGA qualified as the reference provider for Canada. Only firms demonstrating the highest level of expertise and professionalism can qualify for membership.


TPAAC is an association of 20 member firms representing collectively more than 80,000 plan sponsors. As a leading player in Canada’s group insurance industry, TPAAC contributes deep insights and expert support to its members and Canadian government bodies.

An effective voice for developing best industry practices, TPAAC innovates to meet the needs of a rapidly changing workforce.

Our President and CEO, Martin Papillon, is a member of the TPAAC Board of Directors.


Benefits Alliance is an association of 28 carefully selected Canadian benefits and financial services independent firms and more than 200 advisors, who share their ideas to help their clients move forward. Benefits Alliance also provides its members with tools, resources, education and professional development services that add substantial value to group benefit plans.

Martin Papillon is also a director of Benefits Alliance.