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What is Credit Agricole?

Credit Agricole

Credit Agricole is a European banking giant with a presence in more than 60 countries. It’s the largest retail bank in France, operating a network of co-operatives and mutuals alongside its HQ in Paris. It’s nicknamed the ‘green bank’ because it was originally set up to provide banking services for farmers.

Where have you heard about Credit Agricole?

Credit Agricole is a big name around Europe, so you may well have seen it on your travels. It has also sponsored major sporting events, including the Tour de France and Euro 2016 football tournament.

What you need to know about Credit Agricole...

The bank’s services include retail banking, mortgage loans, asset management, insurance, private banking and investment banking [link]. It has more than 9,000 branches in France as well as 2,400 branches around the world.

Its industry expertise includes aerospace and defence, farming and agri-foods, energy and the environment.

It’s listed on Euronext Paris through its holding company Credit Agricole SA, and is part of the CAC 40  stock market index.

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