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New version of the www.credit-agricole.com website
The new version of the website, with the Group's new graphics charter, is more modern, clearer and provides much more interactive sections.
For easier navigation and to enable users to find where they want to go from the home page, the website's main themed sections are grouped together at the top of the page: organisational structure and presentation of the Group, financing the economy, commitment to sustainable development, shareholder area, economic research, news and recruitment. Each of these sections offers a wealth of content, is interactive and informative, giving key figures, concrete examples of our achievements, videos, maps, graphics, interviews and reports. The navigation zone at the bottom of the page highlights the latest news.
In order to meet the expectations of today's internet users, the credit-agricole.com website offers e-mail alerts, subscription to various RSS feeds and even the option of synchronising the Group's financial calendar with Outlook, ICal or Entourage diaries.
Accessible to all users, the website is designed for disabled people to be able to use it, understand, navigate and interact effectively.
As Crédit Agricole S.A. is listed on the CAC 40, the Finance and Shareholders section occupies a key position on the website and has been revised to meet the specific expectations of investors and analysts.
It contains in particular a new section providing the Group's financial information. A dedicated "Shareholders' club" area has been created for individual shareholders, in which members can view the calendar of shareholder meetings held throughout France, the Group's quarterly news and special offers. The Q&A section and the lexicon have also been enhanced to address shareholders' main questions.
The website responds to major and innovative design trends in the banking and insurance sector. Priority is given to image, with pictures selected that reflect Crédit Agricole's desire to make the human dimension one of its central concerns. The website was designed by Dagobert, which has also helped other group subsidiaries to design their websites, such as CA Assurances and CA Immobilier.