Credit Agricole

The strength of its retail banks including 11,500 branches worldwide and the expertise of its specialised subsidiaries give Crédit Agricole an effective presence in all areas of banking and finance . More than 140,000 employees work to satisfy the banking requirements of 50 million customers in 54 countries. Crédit Agricole intends to fulfil its role as a leading European player with global scale , while complying with the commitments that stem from its mutualist background. Its development is committed to responsible growth, focused on servicing the real economy
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Montrouge, FR
Founded
2000
Size (employees)
70,830 (est)
Credit Agricole was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Montrouge, FR

Key People at Credit Agricole

Xavier Musca

Xavier Musca

Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Philippe Brassac

Philippe Brassac

Chief Executive Officer
Jérôme Grivet

Jérôme Grivet

Deputy General Manager, Chief Financial Officer
Bertrand Corbeau

Bertrand Corbeau

Deputy Managing Director Head of Development, Client and Innovation
Pascal Celerier

Pascal Celerier

Deputy Managing Director Head of Operations and Transformation

Credit Agricole Office Locations

Credit Agricole has an office in Montrouge
Montrouge, FR (HQ)
12 Place des États Unis

Credit Agricole Data and Metrics

Credit Agricole Financial Metrics

EUR

Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

41.2 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

14.4
Credit Agricole's current market capitalization is €41.2 b.

Credit Agricole Market Value History

Traffic Overview of Credit Agricole

Credit Agricole Online and Social Media Presence

Credit Agricole News and Updates

Low interest rates knock Credit Agricole's profits

Credit Agricole became the latest European bank to report a slump in its profits this morning, as low interest rates continued to put pressure on its bottom line. The figures The French lender reported full-year net income of €3.5bn (£3bn), largely flat on the year before - although the fourth…

Banks fined £413m over euro rate rigging

HSBC, JPMorgan and Credit Agricole fined €485m (£413m) for rigging a key interest rate between 2005 and 2008.

MOVES- Citadel, Credit Agricole, Union Bancaire Privée

June 28 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Tuesday. To inform us of other job changes, email [email protected]

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