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Paris, 10 March 2009 - Philippe Zamaron has been appointed deputy CEO in charge of international development for both Crédit Agricole Leasing and Eurofactor.
Philippe Zamaron, 56, is a graduate of Sciences Po with a Masters' degree in Economics and a Postgraduate diploma in Accountancy. He has worked in the banking sector since 1982, in particular within the Crédit Agricole S.A. Group.
He first joined LCL in 2000 where he held several managerial and commercial positions in the Ile-de-France Corporate Network. Between 2000 and 2007, Philippe was appointed vice-chairman of Eurofactor's Executive Board and as development manager for services and coordination within Finance, Commitments and Legal Affairs and Information System. As of 2007 and until 28 February 2009, he was appointed head of the Italian and Greek zone within BDI - Crédit Agricole S.A.'s International Retail Banking.
About Crédit Agricole Leasing Crédit Agricole Leasing, a fully-owned subsidiary of Crédit Agricole S.A., was No. 1 in the leasing sector in France with a 16.9 per cent market share in 2008 compared with 14.8 per cent in 2007. Crédit Agricole Leasing provides a full range of lease financing solutions for the Crédit Agricole Group's clients both in France and abroad, finding solutions for 120,000 professional, corporate and agricultural clients and local authorities. In 2008, its annual production rose 12 per cent over 2007 figures to 4.7 billion and abroad, up 19 per cent to 5.7 billion euros.
About Eurofactor Eurofactor, a fully-owned subsidiary of Crédit Agricole S.A, is the leading factoring provider in France with a 22.3 per cent market share. It is the first integrated factoring network in Europe, established in Germany, the Benelux countries, Spain, France, Italy, Portugal and the United Kingdom.
Eurofactor plays a key role in business development by working with companies to structure the receivables management solution most suitable for their strategy, business sector, size and customer profile, both in France and internationally.