Crédit agricole corporate and investment bank

Headquartered in Paris, Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB) is a business unit of French banking giant Credit Agricole Group, a sprawling corporation with a presence in 60 countries. Formerly known as Calyon, Credit Agricole CIB changed its name in February 2010 as part of parent Credit Agricole’s strategy of bringing its varied units under a single brand name. One of the top foreign banks in the U.S., Credit Agricole CIB operates in six divisions, including international private banking, equity brokerage and derivatives, fixed income markets, coverage and investment banking, structured finance, and transaction and commercial banking. Its industry expertise includes aerospace and defense, agrifoods, automotive, energy, financial institutions, gaming, health care, homebuilding, lodging, media and communications, real estate, transportation, water and environmental and forest, paper and packaging. Credit Agricole CIB also maintains a European group that focuses on international deal making.

Bank Name Crédit agricole corporate and investment bank
Stock Exchange
Industry Financial Services
Country France
World Region Europe
CEO Jean-Yves Hocher
Employees 7395
Registered Year 2004