Economy: Crédit Mutuel Antilles-Guyane joins Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale

0

The Antilles-Guyana (Fort-de-France) and Massif Central (Clermont-Ferrand) Federations of Crédit Mutuel joined Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale on January 1, 2020.

Crédit Mutuel Antilles-Guyane and Crédit Mutuel Massif Central thus join the federations already gathered within Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale: Center Est Europe (Strasbourg), Sud-Est (Lyon), Ile-de-France (Paris), Savoie -Mont Blanc (Annecy), Midi-Atlantique (Toulouse), Loire-Atlantique and Center-Ouest (Nantes), Center (Orléans), Normandy (Caen), Dauphiné-Vivarais (Valence), Mediterranean (Marseille), Anjou (Angers ).

Crédit Mutuel Antilles-Guyane is made up of 26 local banks: 16 in Martinique, 7 in Guadeloupe, 2 in Guyana and 1 in Saint-Martin. Strongly anchored in overseas territories, the Federation has more than 155 members and customers.

Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale now has a network of 4 caisses and bank branches serving 440 million members and customers.

“By joining Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale, the Crédit Mutuel Antilles-Guyane Federation is a continuation of a technological, IT and commercial partnership established in 1992 with Crédit Mutuel Center Est Europe. This membership confirms his choice to participate even more actively, through its overseas territories, in the dynamism of Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale ”, declared Alex Weimert, president of Crédit Mutuel Antilles-Guyane.

“The membership of the Antilles-Guyana and Massif Central Federations is the result of a joint project and is a continuation of an approach of openness, cooperation and solidarity, within a Crédit Mutuel united group . We are pleased to welcome two new federations to Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale and the confidence shown on this occasion by elected officials and members. Like the other federations, they will continue their development at the service of their territories while benefiting from shared tools to form a whole placing commitment and innovation for the exclusive benefit of its customers, members and the territories served ”, said Nicolas Théry and Daniel Baal, respectively president and chief executive officer of Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale.

loading

About author

No comments