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Caisse d'Epargne
Rhône Alpes

Tour Incity
116 Cours Lafayette
BP 3276
69404 Lyon Cedex 03

Phone +33 (0) 4 72 60 20 40

Senior Management

  • Michel Manent

    Chairman of the Steering & Supervisory Board

  • Alain Denizot, président du directoire

    Alain Denizot

    Chairman of the Management Board

Activities

The Caisse d'Epargne Rhône Alpes is a regionally-based commercial and cooperative banking institution present in five French départements (the Ain, Isère, Rhône, Savoie, and Haute-Savoie) with its day-to-day activities focused on the development of its territory. 

It supports the projects of its clientele of individual customers, business organizations, self-employed professionals, associations, social housing entities, local authorities and institutions. It also boasts recognized expertise in asset management and business transfers. 

Sport & Patronage

Because its role, in its capacity as a cooperative bank, is to help improve the quality of community life and the attractiveness of its territory, the Caisse d'Epargne Rhône Alpes engages in actions designed to promote social solidarity and to support all those involved in culture and sport.

Drawing on its detailed understanding of the local associative networks, the Caisse d'Epargne Rhône Alpes Foundation supports projects designed to promote the social autonomy of vulnerable individuals, develop employment, and protect the environment. 

2022 figures

458,000 cooperative shareholders

 

1.4 million customers

 

3,000 employees

 

280 branches

 

Net banking income

€743.4m

Net income

€187.7m

Publications

2022 review of operations (only in French)

Rapport d'activité Caisse d'Epargne Rhône Alpes

Other publications (Only French)

There are moments that count in the life of a region

Discover the history of the Caisse d'Epargne Rhône Alpes, from the creation of France’s very first savings bank in Paris in 1818, to the present day: a journey through 200 years of history of a bank deeply rooted in its local region.

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