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9 January 2017
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Crédit Agricole Payments Services combating bank transfer fraud

Crédit Agricole Payment Services has just implemented a new Risk Management solution for flows to detect bank transfer fraud. It analyses transfer transactions, detecting and blocking fraudulent transactions based on atypical behaviour, and sends real-time alert messages to the issuing banks. Rolled out to all the Regional Banks for a month, it has already detected and blocked €500 K worth of fraud. This flow risk management solution completes the range of e-banking risk management solutions already implemented to protect bearers and acquirers. Crédit Agricole is now the only French bank with a real-time anti-fraud solution for both the flow and e-banking channels.

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Normandie Regional Bank's innovative operation for farms

Over 300 staff* from the Normandie Regional Bank paid individual visits to 1,200 farmers, from all sectors, on their farms. Organised in December by the Regional Bank, it was an occasion for special meetings to bolster its local presence amongst its farming customers in a difficult economic climate. Crédit Agricole Normandie provides day-to-day support to nearly 20,000 farmers in its region, through 42,000 annual meetings with specialist advisors.



*Farming advisors, members of the Executive Committee, senior branch and head-office staff

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Higher rate for France's 50-year bond

France started the new year on the financial markets with a €9.5 billion debt raising operation, including a 50-year bond issue at 2.02%. Last October, the 50-year rate reached a low of 1.43%, vs. 2.2% in August 2015. The State has to borrow about €200 billion in 2017, a year made difficult by rising rates and political uncertainty due to the presidential election. This is demonstrated by the recent widening of the spread between French and German rates to 53 basis points vs. 21 points last summer.

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MAAF certifies its motorist customers' opinions

The mutual insurance group MAAF recently launched a website, Avis-auto.fr, which centralises and certifies its customers' opinions about their vehicles. This new service illustrates MAAF's commitment to enhancing its customer experience. The site is one of the first developed by the digital lab of MAAF's parent company, Covéa, confirming its central innovation role for the group. For several months, the insurers have used this InsurTech start-up's innovations to renew or consolidate their products and services.



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Crédit Agricole d’Ille-et-Vilaine Foundation launches its 3rd call for projects

This third call for projects is for social and solidarity initiatives in the Ille-et-Vilaine region. Priority will be given to projects with an innovative approach. The €70,000 budget allocated by the Foundation comes from Crédit Agricole d’Ille-et-Vilaine's contribution of a solidarity endowment from the cooperative shareholders passbook account. Applications can be submitted until January 28th..

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Crédit Agricole Group support for Claude Carignant's partial transfer of his group Les Canalous, a long-term LCL customer

On October 27 Claude Carignant, executive-shareholder and founder of Les Canalous, began the capital transfer of this group to his son Alfred. SODICA Corporate Finance was advisor for this operation, financed by LCL. Les Canalous is a leading European river tourism company specialising in hiring out narrowboats to the public, and operates through forty bases in Europe.

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9 January 2017 - Crédit Agricole Payments Services combating bank transfer fraud - Normandie Regional Bank's innovative operation for farms - Higher rate for France's 50-year bond - MAAF certifies its motorist customers' opinions - Crédit Agricole d’Ille-et-Vilaine Foundation launches its 3rd call for projects - Crédit Agricole Group support for Claude Carignant's partial transfer of his group Les Canalous, a long-term LCL customer

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