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Crédit Agricole Auto Bank

Crédit Agricole Auto Bank with its subsidiary Drivalia is a leading pan-European, independent and multi-brand player backed by the Crédit Agricole Group. It offers innovative car financing, leasing and mobility solutions in 19 countries in Europe and in Morocco, based on expertise and high-performance tools.


A pan-European leader in car financing, leasing and mobility

With the support of Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance, which has become its sole shareholder, Crédit Agricole Auto Bank aims to become a leading independent player in multi-brand car financing and leasing, operating in all sectors of mobility. It offers multi-brand  and innovative solutions (leasing, full-term rental, insurance, etc.).

It is aimed at all mobility players, manufacturers and distributors, from automobiles to two-wheelers, including leisure, marine, agriculture, light and heavy commercial vehicles.

Present in 18 European countries and in Morocco, Crédit Agricole Auto Bank intends to lead the energy transition of the automotive industry by making zero and low-emission vehicles accessible to as many people as possible. His slogan “mobility bank for a better planet” illustrates this ambition.

Partnerships in all mobility sectors

Crédit Agricole Auto Bank is already collaborating with more than 30 prestigious brands, active in different areas of mobility. Cooperation range from agreements with iconic manufacturers such as Ferrari, Aston Martin, Lotus, Morgan and Mazda, to partnerships with newer automotive brands such as Tesla, VinFast, DR Automobiles, Aiways, XEV, ElectricBrands and Invicta Electric, active in the electric vehicle market.

The Bank is also active in the world of two-wheelers, alongside Harley-Davidson, Fantic Motor, Vmoto Soco, CAKE and Royal Enfield; in the world of leisure, with Erwin Hymer Group, Groupe Pilote, Knaus Tabbert, Concorde, Carthago and Groupe Rapido; and the world of heavy-duty vehicles, with Ford Trucks and BMC Trucks.

At the same time, Drivalia, its subsidiary specializing in all-duration rental, subscription and electric car-sharing, is booming. It will continue to invest in its electrical infrastructure, which will have 3,500 charging stations throughout the Europe by 2026, and in its fleet, which will reach 200,000 vehicles within three years, of which 55% will be made up of battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV).

High-performance tools at the service of partners and end customers

New technologies and digitalization are key tools for Crédit Agricole Auto Bank's business. It has developed integrated network of state-of-the-art platforms, with a fully digital and omnichannel approach, used in all the European countries where the Group operates. Crédit Agricole Auto Bank will benefit from the constant evolution of financial and insurance tools, as well as new payment systems - as with Crédit Agricole Auto Bank Pay, for buy now pay later option such as instant credit and split payment.

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