Symcor, a leading Canadian business solutions provider, recently announced the appointment of Holger Kormann as its new President and Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Chameli Naraine, who is set to retire. Naraine will continue to serve as a strategic advisor until her retirement in January 2025.
Kormann brings a wealth of experience to Symcor, having served as President of ADP Canada for eight years. During his tenure, he positioned the company as a preferred partner in human resources technology and outsourcing markets.
Expressing his honor in leading Symcor, Kormann emphasized his commitment to driving the company’s growth trajectory and enabling secure data exchanges to support clients’ digital transformation initiatives. He praised Symcor’s exceptional team and emphasized his focus on maintaining the company’s reputation for innovative solutions, service excellence, security, and trust.
Naraine, who has been with Symcor since 2008 and assumed the role of President and CEO in 2011, highlighted the importance of appointing a successor who aligns with the company’s culture and mission. She expressed confidence in Kormann’s ability to lead Symcor to continued success and new heights.
Mike French, Chair of Symcor’s Board of Directors, commended Naraine for her transformative leadership, which positioned Symcor as a critical player in the Canadian financial services sector. He expressed gratitude on behalf of the board for Naraine’s significant impact and achievements.
The appointment of Holger Kormann underscores Symcor’s commitment to maintaining its position as Canada’s most trusted B2B solutions provider and navigating the evolving market landscape with excellence, innovation, and integrity.