Créd Ag sticks to its strength and shuns grand pretensions

Crédit Agricole’s corporate and investment bank (CA–CIB) aims to be realistic in how offers value to clients and its parent company. It’s looking to achieve growth without overreaching in unprofitable or less strategic areas, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 18 Jul 2019

It is almost a year since Jacques Ripoll took over as chief executive of Crédit Agricole’s CIB from Jean-Yves Hocher and the message is one of continuity.

His predecessor was in the job for eight years and did the heavy lifting in restructuring the CIB. ...

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