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BPCE

50 avenue Pierre Mendès France
75201 Paris cedex 13

Phone +33 (0) 1 58 40 41 42

Senior Management

  • Thierry Cahn

    Chairman of Supervisory Board

  • Laurent Mignon

    Chairman of the Management Board

Activities

Owned jointly and equally by the Banque Populaire banks and Caisses d’Epargne, BPCE answers to the regulatory authorities for the Group’s capital adequacy, liquidity, and risk management. The expertise of BPCE employees is dedicated to serving the development of the Group and its companies.
The role and missions of BPCE are:

  • To develop a strategic vision and prepare for the future,
  • To be a common home for Retail Banking, a place where issues shared by the Banque Populaire banks and Caisses d'Epargne can be discussed,
  • To pool resources whenever this is the more appropriate decision to take,
  • To ensure the Group’s effective performance and sustainability, financially (of course) but also in terms of its people’s personal development.

2,643 employees (at 12/31/2021)

 

July 31, 2009 création of BPCE

 

Shareholders

50% Banque Populaire banks - 50% Caisses d’Epargne

 

 

Professional equality between men and women

Pursuant to French Law No. 2018-15 dated September 5, 2018 concerning the freedom to choose one's professional future, companies with more than a required number of employees have compiled indicators to determine their level of commitment to professional equality between men and women. BPCE's commitment in this area is reflected in a result of 94 points out of 100 in 2021. 

This index takes into account five differently weighted indicators: the gap between men and women's pay (score: 39 out of 40), salary increases (20 out of 20), promotions (15 out of 15), salary increases upon return from maternity leave (15 out of 15), and the distribution of men and women in the ten highest pay levels (5 out of 10).

What is more, pursuant to Law No. 2021-1774 dated December 24, 2021 aimed at accelerating economic and professional equality that creates an obligation of balanced representation between women and men among senior executives and members of the management bodies of large companies, and includes an obligation of transparency in this area, BPCE has drawn up the following indicators: 

  • Senior executives: 32% women – 68% men
  • Management bodies: 33% women – 67% men
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