What is the credit rating of Credit Agricole?

What is the credit rating of Credit Agricole?

Credit ratings

Ratings LT/ST Counterparty Issuer/LT senior preferred debt
S&P Global Ratings AA-/A-1+ (RCR) A+
Moody’s Aa2/P-1 (CRR) Aa3
Fitch Ratings AA- (DCR) A+/AA-
DBRS AA (high) R-1 (high) (COR) AA (low)

What type of bank is Credit Agricole?

cooperative financial institution
Crédit Agricole Group (French: [kʁedi aɡʁikɔl]), sometimes called La banque verte (English: The green bank) due to its historical ties to farming, is a French international banking group and the world’s largest cooperative financial institution.

Is Credit Agricole International?

Crédit Agricole CIB is present in over 30 different countries worldwide, from Europe to the Americas, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and North Africa, combining over 100 different nationalities. Our international reach and diverse employee profiles are our biggest assets.

Does Credit Agricole have branches in UK?

Crédit Agricole CIB has been based in London since 1870. Its specialised professionals are on hand to assist with transactions. This, combined with the extensive Crédit Agricole CIB branch network, enables the Bank to ensure worldwide coverage and strong support to its clients.

What is Deutsche Bank’s credit rating?

to A-
S&P Global Ratings (Standard & Poor’s) has upgraded several of Deutsche Bank’s ratings, including the Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating and Senior Preferred Debt Rating, from BBB+ to A-, outlook stable.

Who owns Agricole bank?

SAS Rue La BoétieCrédit Agricole / Parent organization

Is Crédit Agricole a big bank?

Crédit Agricole Group is the largest financial sponsor of the French economy (10th largest bank in the world by total assets, 48 countries covered, 142 000 employees, 52 million customers worldwide).

Who owns Agricole CIB?

Crédit AgricoleCrédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank / Parent organization

Why was Credit Agricole created in the 19th century?

Credit in farming at the end of the 19th century The Third Republic’s desire to attract farmers’ votes by supporting small family farms, together with the efforts of Agriculture Minister Jules Meline, resulted in the Act of 5 November 1894, which created Credit Agricole.

What is Bank of America’s credit rating?

Bank of America, N.A.

Type Moody’s Fitch
Outlook Positive Stable
Deposits Aa2 AA+
Long-term senior Aa2 AA
Subordinated Aa3 A+

Is Credit Agricole a government ownership?

Credit Agricole became fully independent of the government. CNCA was listed on the stock market in 2001 under the name Credit Agricole S.A. This gave its majority owner, the Regional Banks, a listed vehicle through which to carry out major acquisitions.