The Caisse d'Epargne Auvergne Limousin is a regional cooperative bank founded on long-standing values of local presence, usefulness, and social commitment… a set of values that it shares with its 674,650 customers and 175,000 cooperative shareholders. For the past 200 years, its mission has been to be useful to all its customers and to provide a modern response to the expectations of its clientele of individual customers, professionals, companies, associations, and entities involved in economic development. Its range of products and services are accessible to everyone, everywhere, and all the time.
With its 1,353 employees working in 148 branches in both rural and urban areas of the Limousin and Auvergne regions, the Caisse d'Epargne Auvergne Limousin guarantees a close relationship with its customers and remains constantly attentive to the needs of its territories and their residents. Its ambition is to maintain a strong local presence with a network of branches and experts motivated by efficiency and a winning spirit, working closely with its customers and adapted to local realities.
As a responsible and engaged corporate citizen, the Caisse d'Epargne Auvergne Limousin is pursuing a resolutely social, societal and environmental policy fully integrated into its corporate strategy and governance. This sends a powerful signal and reasserts its status as a company determined to assume the impact of its decisions and actions, and committed to the sustainable development of its business activities.
Sport & Patronage
The regional bank is committed to creating a more enterprising and supportive society by backing local initiatives that promote a more inclusive practice of sport. It is because we are motivated by the desire to be useful to the territories and to the men and women who drive their development that we support meaningful local projects that favor equal opportunities. Among other things, we contribute to:
- Supporting local associations and entities active in the world of sport; we already sponsor about twenty structures and individual athletes,
- Promoting parasports in order to change people’s perception of disabilities,
- Renovating and building sporting facilities that are accessible to all,
- Promoting physical activity among our employees, customers and local residents.
The Caisse d'Epargne Auvergne Limousin is stepping up its commitment in this area with a financing envelope worth 1 million euros by 2024: see Pacte Utile