The Caisse d'Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées, a regional cooperative bank wholly owned by its cooperative shareholders, innovates every day in order to be useful to its clientele of individual and professional customers, businesses and entities active in the social & solidarity-based economy, institutions, local authorities and associations.
As the leading financier of the social & solidarity-based economy and deeply committed to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), it has obtained the Engagé RSE (‘CSR Committed’) label awarded by the AFNOR standardization body. True to its values, it is actively involved in its local catchment area, supporting sport, culture and the local associative fabric. The Caisse d'Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées pursues its corporate mission day after day, namely: to be useful to each and every member of society. It consequently combines trust and modernity with a strong local presence and a sense of social solidarity for the benefit of all its customers. This unique approach makes the Caisse d'Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées a future-oriented bank pursuing its key corporate value: to be useful to its customers and employees.
Sport & Patronage
The Caisse d'Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées supports:
- Sport, through its partnerships with the Toulouse Football Club (TFC), the Toulouse Métropole Basket (TMB) women’s basketball club, the Stade Toulousain rugby club, the Castres Olympique club, the Union Sportive Montalbanaise rugby club, the Union Sportive Colomiers rugby club, the Sporting Club Albigeois, the Cahors Rugby club, the Auch rugby club, and the Occitanie Tennis League;
- Two young athletes via the ‘Performance Pact’: Arnaud Gauthier-Rat, a member of the French beach volleyball team, and Brianna Vidé, a member of the French Paralympic fencing team;
- Culture, with its Espace Ecureuil Foundation for Contemporary Art, the AÏDA Association (a club of patrons of the Toulouse Capitole National Orchestra), the Grands Interprètes Association for outstanding musicians, the Toulouse Baroque Ensemble, the DEMOS action, the Garonne Theatre, and the Théâtre de la Cité, without forgetting the Regional Tour directly initiated by the Caisse d'Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées;
- The local associative fabric, with support provided for 138 projects in 2021 in the form of grants worth a total of 699,000 euros, including 300,000 euros devoted to 45 projects aimed at combatting economic insecurity among young people.