Banque Populaire Méditerranée (BPMED) is a local banking institution proud of its cooperative origins and faithful to its values: a regional bank par excellence accessible to its customers on a local level, serving the needs of all entrepreneurs, and offering the best in person-to-person relations and digital solutions.
Present in nine French départements as well as in Monaco, it shares in the day-to-day lives of its customers and cooperative shareholders thanks to its regional network of 218 branches and more than 2,200 employees.
In its capacity as a cooperative bank, Banque Populaire Méditerranée combines professional competence with a strong local presence, expertise with innovation in order to gain the trust of its clientele of individual, professional and corporate customers and provide them with constantly enhanced quality of service. Its specialized structures – dedicated to Wealth Management, the Corporate sector, Real Estate Financing, International, and Consultancy services for innovative businesses – share their expertise with their customers through the development of tailor-made solutions.
Sport & CSR
Banque Populaire Méditerranée – which has been the bank of the world of sailing for more than 30 years and remains determined to give full expression to the strategy first launched at the national level through its actions in the Mediterranean region – has forged strong ties with the local sailing community through its numerous partnerships and activities in this area. It is currently pursuing an ambitious program leading up to the Olympic & Paralympic Games Paris 2024 (of which both Groupe BPCE and BPMED are premium partners) for which Marseilles has been chosen to host the Olympic sailing events.
As a loyal and trustworthy partner, Banque Populaire Méditerranée has chosen a responsible commitment perfectly aligned with its ambitious CSR strategy. By providing a variety of support measures, it seeks to produce a positive impact both on the environment and on society at large. In particular, it supports the actions taken by its partners and their commitment to protecting the maritime environment and to changing the way people view disability.
Accessibility is central to the realization of both these ambitions: the sea for everyone, every day, and the desire to allow as many people as possible to discover the sea, to learn about it, to love and understand it, and to take positive action to protect it.