Crédit Agricole CIB explores quantum computing applications in partnership with Pasqal and Multiverse Computing

A partnership to design new approaches running on classical and quantum computers in order to outperform state of the art algorithms for capital markets and risk management.

Crédit Agricole CIB has teamed up with two world class quantum technology companies, Pasqal and Multiverse Computing, to apply quantum computing to real world finance applications for capital markets and risk management.

French company Pasqal is developing a quantum computer based on neutral atoms arrays, a state-of-the-art technology currently being trialled to build industrial quantum computers. Spanish company Multiverse Computing specialises in quantum algorithms which can be run both on quantum and classical computers. A great advantage in terms of shortening the time-to-market.

Discover all the details of this partnership in quantum computing in the video below: