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Client coverage

The commercial organisation follows the clients in France and in the international network. Two dedicated units - the French Regions Division and the International Liaison Desk Network - serve middle-market clients, respectively in France and in the rest of the world.

The international network

The international network is organised into four regions outside of France: the Americas, Asia-Pacific, EMEAEurope, the Middle East and Africa and MENAMiddle East and North Africa. Each country in the Bank's network is included in one of these three regions.
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- For ex-branch related enquiries, please contact:
Mazars (Thailand) Ltd
Attn Chatchawat Kriengsuntikul
12th Floor, Empire Tower, N° 195 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Thailand


- For new inquiries, please contact Hong Kong or the International Services to Middle Market Clients (see below).

The Senior Banker: the privileged contact

The Senior Bankers, based in France and in the international network, coordinate and manage the actions of all Crédit Agricole CIB business lines and geographical units.
They provide corporates and financial institutions with a complete range of products and services covering best their needs.

The French Regions Division

The French Regions Division (DRF) is a cross-business line entity, positioned on a regional middle-market clientele of companies and institutions and of local government bodies and social housing organisations.

With its 19 branches in France and seven regional trading rooms, DRF acts exclusively on behalf of Crédit Agricole’s Regional Banks and follows up with its own clients in Ile-de-France. DRF is complementary to Crédit Agricole’s Regional Banks by providing to clients the whole Corporate and Investment Banking expertises.

The Crédit Agricole Group International Business Solutions

The Crédit Agricole Group International Business Solutions provides a customised service to the middle-market clients of the Crédit Agricole group (Regional Banks and LCL in France, Crédit Agricole CIB entities and international retail banking) in more than 70 countries. 

Its expertise leverages on the Crédit Agricole group’s international locations and on the partnerships with large international commercial banks’ agencies.

In countries where Crédit Agricole CIB is not authorised as a credit institution or investment service provider, the Crédit Agricole group can accompany corporate clients in the country, via the Crédit Agricole Group International Business Solutions, through special agreements with major local banks.


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