Q2 and H1 2021 Results
The Solidarity Bankers of Crédit Agricole : a great success for this impact projectThree years after its launch, the success of the Solidarity Bankers programme has confirmed the commitment of our employees and the Group's desire to support projects with a social impact. Since 2018, the programme has included 28 missions launched in around fifteen countries with 19 organisations supported by the Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation. 316 days of missions have been planned or carried out by 34 Solidarity Bankers.The cash euro turns 20Twenty years ago, euro banknotes and coins entered into circulation and France abandoned the franc. Concerning 12 EU member states, the switch stands as the world’s largest ever currency changeover. But the changeover was just the last step in a long process which, at Crédit Agricole, began in 1995. And the creation of the single currency was the result of an even longer process.Wind energy: state of affairs and outlookWind energy is booming in France and now represents the 3rd source of energy after nuclear power and hydraulics. The development of wind energy, like that of other renewable energies, is at the heart of the energy transition and the weight of wind power in the French energy mix is set to increase in the decades to come. If the advantages of wind energy are numerous, it has been the subject of debate for many years and a greater level of acceptance at the local level is a condition for its future deployment.Crédit Agricole S.A. celebrates its 101st anniversaryLike IBM, Coca-Cola, Heineken, Renault, Hermès and a few thousand other global companies, Crédit Agricole S.A. has been around a century... for a year. The various lockdowns prevented us from celebrating this anniversary properly and on the planned date.Living happy means living safelyIf we are living in the age of the ephemeral, Nexecur prefers to see it as a stimulating era, conducive to innovation and lifestyle changes. We are all more equipped, more connected, more informed - and therefore more demanding - than ever. These increased standards require responses adapted to our new living environments and to the various stages in our lives.
Michel Mathieu, Chief Executive Officer LCL, Deputy General Manager of Crédit Agricole S.A., Head of Retail Banking Subsidiaries, presents the financial results for LCL, click here to see the interview.
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