A V-shaped recovery for Crédit Agricole Group
# Helping older people
On 8 April, Crédit Agricole launched a solidarity fund to finance essential measures to protect the elderly and help them stay in touch with their loved ones.
At the end of June, nearly 500,000 elderly people throughout the country had received support from Crédit Agricole through the €20 million solidarity fund.
Crédit Agricole absorbs the Covid-19 impact and is mobilised for the economy
IDIA Capital Investissement, with three other private equity companies of the Crédit Agricole group (Sofilaro, Grand Sud-Ouest Capital and Nord-Midi Pyrénées Développement) took a €15 million minority stake in Amarenco. With this full capital deployment, the Crédit Agricole group becomes the first institutional shareholder of the Amarenco group, alongside the co-founding shareholders and Irish family offices.
All of the teams from Crédit Agricole’s regional banks, LCL and CACIB have mobilised to continue to support business customers, professionals, retailers and farmers who are facing challenges linked to the ongoing health crisis.
The “100% Compliance” competition has honoured Golem.ai for its innovative solution in the field of compliance.
Historic level for annual results
Crédit Agricole is the first bank in France to offer its employees a five-year post-secondary course dedicated to the business customer advisory profession.
19 tonnes of plastic enter the ocean each minute. But this waste can be made into a precious resource! Making the recycling of this waste into a profitable activity that creates new jobs: this is the goal of the Plastic Odyssey team.
Merchant navy officers, sales managers and engineers, these young entrepreneurs have developed an ambitious project to raise awareness of plastic waste recycling and to share this knowledge in emerging countries.
Results for the third quarter and the first nine months of 2019
Jesuisentrepreneur.fr is the fruit of the Group’s innovative strategy of creating banking and non-banking service platforms, announced by the Group in its new 2022 Medium Term Plan.
The Crédit Agricole S.A. Group has signed an international framework agreement with UNI Global Union, the international trade union federation of the private service sector. This globa [...]
First measurable achievement: 16 weeks’ paid maternity leave.
The Crédit Agricole S.A. Group has signed an international framework agreement with UNI Global Union, the international trade union federation of the private service sector. This global agreement covers human rights, basic labour rights, and fostering of social dialogue. It builds on the Group’s commitments by proposing the same social standards to all its employees, regardless of where they work, and helping to improve working conditions. This agreement offers a frame of reference to Crédit Agricole S.A. Group’s 75,000 employees in all 47 countries where the Group operates.
Emmanuel Sardet has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Crédit Agricole Group Infrastructure Platform (CA-GIP) as of 1 August 2019. He will be taking over from Pierre Guillemet, who is retiring.
In the spirit of its commitments in favour of the climate and energy transition, Crédit Agricole is offering new personal loans to support its clients in environmentally-friendly consumption.
As one of today’s world leaders in green bonds, and as a pioneer for climate finance for nearly 10 years, Credit Agricole believes that it is imperative to decarbonize our economies, while maintaining value creation. In order to strengthen its action and commitments in favor of energy transition, Credit Agricole adopts a Group Climate Strategy fully aligned with the Paris Agreement.
In 2018, the Crédit Agricole Group invested 486 million euros in capital in 239 companies in connection with buy-out, expansion and innovation capital transactions. This marked an increase of over 72% in comparison to the previous year, driven mainly by buyout transactions and investments in intermediate-sized firms (60% of amounts).
Crédit Agricole S.A. and Santander enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with a view to combining their custody and asset servicing operations
Crédit Agricole S.A. and Santander would hold 69.5% and 30.5% respectively of the combined entity that will keep the name CACEIS
Combination of Santander Securities Services (“S3”) in Spain and Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and Colombia) with CACEIS
S3 Latin American activities would be jointly controlled by the new CACEIS and Santander
The combined entity would be among the major players worldwide and in Europe with EUR 3,343 bn in assets under custody and EUR 1,833 bn in assets under administration
Crédit Agricole group steps up its support for small, medium and intermediate-sized companies expanding abroad
Crédit Agricole is the only French partner of the Trade Club Alliance, a global banking network that accelerates businesses’ international development
Crédit Agricole has been partnering football in France since 1974. It’s no surprise therefore that it has been named an official supporter of the 8th FIFA Women's World CupTM which will be held in France for the first time between 7 June and 7 July 2019.
In keeping with its pledge to be a 100% human and 100% digital bank, Crédit Agricole, the leading provider of finance to the French economy and France’s top digital bank, is now offering existing and future customers an online home loan application process covering all steps from the simulation of repayments to the electronic signing of the loan offer.
Credit Agricole is reasserting its commitment to the environment by sponsoring the "Plastic Odyssey" expedition. Its goal is to make the global population aware of pollution from discarded plastic.
During the Salon des Entrepreneurs, Crédit Agricole, the leading partner for professional clients, confirmed its role in accompanying entrepreneurs through banking, insurance and advisory solutions.
The first edition of the annual "ECO Tour" study shows optimistic 2018 outlooks for major business sectors in France. Driven by a global economic environment that remains favourable, French industry is expected to continue its growth trend.
Q4 and 2017: very good results despite the tax surcharge
Crédit Agricole is setting up a startup studio to facilitate innovation within the Group, increase its agility and shorten the time-to-market of new projects by creating or accelerating startups whose solutions enhance those developed by the Group. The startups will be given support for their financing and their business and operational development.
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