Credit Agricole

Credit Agricole S.A. is the largest retail banking group in France, second largest in Europe and the eighth largest in the world by Tier 1 capital according to The Banker magazine. It is also part of the CAC 40 stock market index. Credit Agricole S.A. is majority owned by 39 French co-operative retail banks.
Caisses Regionales de Credit Agricole Mutuel. Its subsidiaries are:
Credit Agricole CIB, the investment banking division of Credit Agricole.
Calyon Financial, global futures and options brokerage serving institutional investors.
CLSA, the Asian securities brokerage division.
Predica and Pacifica, the insurance divisions
LCL (Previously Credit Lyonnais), the nationwide retail banking network, acquired in 2003.

Key services
Through its subsidiaries, Credit Agricole SA is involved in the following services:
French Retail Banking
International Retail Banking
Specialized Financial Services
Asset Management, Insurance and Private Banking
Corporate and Investment Banking

Through all of its subsidiaries, Credit Agricole SA has in excess of 21 million clients and a presence in over 60 countries.

Key Statistics
Credit Agricole holds assets of € 2.058 trillion (2009)
Credit Agricole made profits of € 5.832 billion (2009)
Credit Agricole made Revenue of € 40.19 billion (2009)
Credit Agricole made Operating income of € 8.482 billion (2009)
Employees 201,740 (2009)

Headquarter Address
91-93 Boulevard Pasteur
F-75015 Paris
France
Phone: 33-1-4323-5202
Website: http://www.credit-agricole.com/

 

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Last Updated on : 22th July 2013