United States

In the United States, Credit Agricole CIB offers the full range of the Corporate and Investment Bank's expertise to large corporate clients and financial institutions through several dedicated product lines:
Debt Optimization and Distribution (DOD): originates, structures, and distributes syndicated loans and bi-lateral facilities, as well as Term Loan A and B. It acts as primary underwriter and is active on the secondary market to provide liquidity to investors.
Structured Finance (SFI): originates and structures complex financing with a particular focus and expertise in the energy, infrastructure, transportation, real estate, and lodging sectors.
Global Markets Division (GMD): strong expertise in foreign exchange, interest rates including Repos, USD Government and Corporate bonds, Private Placements, securitization solutions through ABCP conduits or term ABS.
Global Investment Banking: M&A Advisory and Equity Capital Markets, including equity primary market, strategic equity transactions, and structured financial solutions.
International Transaction Banking (ITB): provides export & trade financing, commodities financing, and transactional banking.

Crédit Agricole CIB's strengths

Credit Agricole CIB’s long-term relationships with US-based and international customers are based on the Bank’s capacity to provide competitive and differentiated products.  Of note is the Bank’s particular expertise in cross-border transactions.  Crédit Agricole CIB’s competitive edge stems from the Banks’ ability to provide its wide variety of financing instruments to clients who need cross-border solutions, whether  acquisition finance, export and trade, securitization of receivables, or multi-currency bond issues.  In addition, Crédit Agricole CIB also offers project finance solutions in advisory, equity, and debt, throughout the Americas. 

History and organisation 

A specialized client focus complements longstanding coverage of Corporate and financial institutions clients through the banking teams in the United States, Canada, and Latin America.  Credit Agricole CIB in the Americas has developed a client base of more than 300 corporate companies.  Credit Agricole CIB Americas’ headquarters are in New York City, with other US offices in Chicago and Houston, as well as offices in Canada, Mexico, Argentina and Brazil.

International business solutions 

Located in New York, the International Business Solutions North America of the Crédit Agricole Group assists the Crédit Agricole Group's SME clients with their international operations, by providing expertise on the local environment as well as by securing access to a wide spectrum of banking services in the US.

CA Group International Business Solutions in North America
1301 Avenue of the Americas,
NEW YORK, NY 10019

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Marc-André Poirier, Senior Regional Officer for the Americas & Senior Country Officer for the US
George Levitt, Chief Operating Officer
For further information, please contact: Communications-Americas@ca-cib.com

Telephone calls 

Please be aware that phone calls to or from the U.S. Branches of Credit Agricole CIB or Credit Agricole Securities (USA) Inc. may be recorded.

Crédit Agricole CIB - Houston

Crédit Agricole CIB - Houston

1100 Louisiana, Suite 4750




227 W Monroe Street, Suite 2875


1301 Avenue of the Americas
NY 10019, NEW YORK

The word of the SCO


Crédit Agricole CIB in the United States is not only the hub for Credit Agricole CIB in the Americas, it is also the second largest client franchise of the Bank.  In addition, it offers the clients of our international network access to the largest capital markets in the world.  The expertise and execution capabilities of our platform serve our US and international clients and promote our efficient cross-border approach, which is what differentiates us from most of our local competitors.

Marc-André Poirier, Senior Country Officer