Credit Agricole Srbija (CAS)
Crédit Agricole Serbia has been present in Serbia since 2005. The bank is developing on targeted activities and select customer segments (mainly agri-agro) in a very competitive market.
With 876 employees servicing 268,000 customers, CA Serbia is the 1
stbank in car loan financing, 2 ndin agri-business financing, and one of the leaders in housing loans.
- Be among the 10 best banks in Serbia
- Grow market share in target segments by broadening its digital banking offering and developing a high-performance CRM tool
- Become the reference bank in targeted markets by attracting high added value customers
- Increase internal efficiency and improve the customer experience while maintaining strong and effective risk management systems,
- Capitalize on strong, Agri-Agro positions, through synergy with Group expertise to assert leadership
MTP “Energy 2020”
Crédit Agricole Serbia’s medium-term strategic plan "Energy 2020" is the result of an association between Crédit Agricole Group's 100-year-old banking experience and best practices developed on the local market. The main objective is to enable secure and selected development and growth, through a highly competitive approach.
This strategy is based on three fundamental priorities:
- Sustainable and organic growth, in select segments, supported by team expertise and the digitalization process;
- A simpler and more modern bank, in order to facilitate customers' daily lives, driven by excellence in relationships;
- Improved productivity and profitability via a multi-channel approach.
- Company name : Crédit Agricole Banka Srbija Akcionarsko Drustvo Novi Sad
- Shareholder at 01/04/2018 (Source Orion database): Crédit Agricole S.A. : 100%
- Crédit Agricole Srbija's organizational chart (April 2020)
Crédit Agricole Serbia management
- Gianluca Borrelli - President of the Executive Board
- Stanislas Ribes - Head of BPI Supervision & Control
- Letteria Barbaro-Bour - Supervision Head, Serbia
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source : FMI, ECO / Crédit Agricole S.A (Data at end 2019)