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Banque Populaire du Nord

847 avenue de la République
59700 Marcq-en-Baroeul

Phone +33 (0) 3 28 45 61 10

Senior Management

  • Philippe Hourdain

    Philippe Hourdain


  • Hélène Madar

    Hélène Madar

    Chief Executive Officer


For the past 100 years, Banque Populaire du Nord has been providing its clientele of individual customers, craftsmen, small retailers, farmers, self-employed professionals, and companies with the support of its expertise in banking and insurance. 
This regional cooperative bank, whose capital is owned by its 122,000 cooperative shareholders, is part of the 2nd largest banking group in France: Groupe BPCE.

With its 1,100 employees, it currently serves 330,000 customers in the Nord, Pas-de-Calais, Somme, and Aisne départements and in Ardennes region. It runs a network of 130 local branches, 3 wealth-management branches, and 6 business centers.

Responsible, committed, and attuned to the major issues of the day, Banque Populaire du Nord focuses on using the savings collected in its territory to finance the different projects of its individual, professional, and business customers in its region.

Sport & Patronage

In its capacity as a premium partner of the Olympic & Paralympic Games Paris 2024, Banque Populaire du Nord has set up an athlete sponsorship program, offering support to Anaïs-Mai Desjardins (kite foiling), Erika Sauzeau (para-rowing), Maxime Beaumont (kayaking) and the ASL club (canoeing). 

With the creation of this team, Banque Populaire du Nord is committed to regional sporting excellence with a view to giving our athletes every opportunity to succeed and in order to accompany them to the Olympic Games Paris 2024.
“The audacity to believe today to ensure success tomorrow”

2021 figures

329,500 customers


122,000 cooperative shareholders


1,100 employees


130 branches


Net income



Net banking income





2021 Cooperative and CSR review

Bilan coopératif et RSE 2021, Banque Populaire du Nord

Autres publications

2021 review of operations document pdf - 6.1 MB