Chard Snyder and City of Mason Celebrate Official Opening of New Corporate Headquarters

Firm adds strengths in employee health, wellness and financial well-being to Mason entrepreneurial hub

MASON, OhioChard Snyder, a third-party administrator of employee benefit solutions and wholly owned subsidiary of technology-enabled retirement, education and healthcare solutions provider Ascensus, has moved into its new corporate headquarters at 6867 Cintas Boulevard in the City of Mason. The newly constructed 53,000 square-foot facility will house the company’s 170 team members, with enough room to accommodate projected growth.

“Our new headquarters marks a transition to the next era for Chard Snyder,” said Joy Snyder, Chard Snyder’s president and co-founder. “It is a sign of our stability and growth, and shows our clients, partners and the community that we continue to evolve while staying true to our values.”

“The Chard Snyder team’s expertise in employee health and financial well-being will be an incredible asset to the culture of wellness we’ve fostered in Mason,” said City of Mason Mayor Victor Kidd. “The company’s forward-thinking approach to personal health is a perfect fit for our entrepreneurial healthcare-focused hub.”

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today to officially open the new building. City of Mason dignitaries, representatives from Al. Neyer construction and Chard Snyder executive team members cut the ribbon with many of the company’s employees in attendance.

First announced in February 2017, construction on the new two-story facility began in May 2017. Chard Snyder outgrew its current four-building campus just two miles away in Deerfield Township. When further expansion in that location was not possible, the decision was made to build the new headquarters in the I-71 Innovation Corridor in Mason.

“The new location provides our partners with easy access to our facility, and allows us to be part of a growing local service and technology hub,” Snyder said.

Opening of the new headquarters coincides with Chard Snyder’s 30th year of business. A combined anniversary celebration and new building Open House will take place on June 28 from 3-7 p.m. ET for the company’s business partners.

About Chard Snyder

Chard Snyder provides employee benefit solutions to more than 1,400 employers in 40 states across the U.S. Chard Snyder administers savings and spending accounts (FSA, HSA, HRA, transit & parking), benefit continuation services (COBRA; retiree, direct and other billing) and FMLA leave, and provides plan document services. Founded in 1988 by Ken Chard and Joy Snyder, the company employs 170 team members today. Chard Snyder is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ascensus and the anchor of its new Health division. Visit or call 800.982.7715 to learn more.

About Ascensus

Ascensus helps more than 8 million Americans save for the future—retirement, education, and healthcare—through technology-enabled solutions. With more than 35 years of experience, the firm offers tailored solutions that meet the needs of asset managers, banks, credit unions, state governments, financial professionals, employers, and individuals. Ascensus supports over 60,000 retirement plans, more than 4 million 529 education savings accounts, and a growing number of ABLE savings accounts. It also administers more than 1.6 million IRAs and health savings accounts. As of March 31, 2018, Ascensus had over $187 billion in total assets under administration. For more information about Ascensus, visit

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About the City of Mason, Ohio

Mason, Ohio, is an established hub for bioscience innovation and includes a business portfolio of advanced manufacturing, healthcare and technology companies. As the largest city in Warren County and part of the Greater Cincinnati region in southwest Ohio, Mason’s economic development mission is focused on attracting and supporting the growth of top companies and creating jobs in these key sectors, while leveraging partnerships to also attract foreign direct investment. Ranked the seventh best place to live by CNN/Money Magazine in 2013, Mason is nationally-recognized for its low cost of living, award-winning schools and its intentional culture of wellness. Visit to learn more.