Caisse d'Epargne : Who are we?

Caisse d'Epargne : 16 regional leading banks

The first Caisse d’Epargne was founded in Paris in 1818 to promote, collect and manage popular savings. Recognized as “private institutions of public utility,” the Caisses d’Epargne have pursued missions of general public interest since 1895. In 1950, they were authorized to grant loans to local authorities. In 1999, they became cooperative banks. Through successive business development and acquisitions, Caisse d’Epargne has extended its activities towards professional and corporate customers, insurance, private asset management...

Key figures (at December 31, 2016)

  • 4,182 branches
  • 21 million customers
  • 4,8 million cooperative shareholders
  • €399 bn customers deposits
  • €236 bn loans to customers
  • 36 000 employees

16 regional banks leaders in France

  • N°1 private customers
  • N°1 young person
  • N°2 private banking
  • N°1 public sector
  • N°1 social housing
  • N°1 non profit sector