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Agos

Agos is a joint venture between CA Consumer Finance (61 %) and Banco Popolare (39 %). Italy is the second market of Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance after France. Agos covers the whole of Italy with 230 agencies and partnership with 30,000 points-of-sale. Agos is Italy's leading consumer finance company, with a 12.1% market share.

For more information, see the website.

Credibom

Credibom is a leader in Automotive point-of-sale financing in Portugal. Credibom has more than 100 partnership agreements with specialist retailers’ point-of-sales.

For more information, see the website.

Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance France

Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance is created in April 2010, stemming from the merger of Sofinco and Finaref.

In France, CA Consumer Finance offers a wide range of finance and insurance solutions (instalment loans, loan repurchase, lease purchase, credit card…):

  • Direct sales under the Sofinco brand

  • Partner of major specialist retailers including La Fnac, La Redoute, Castorama, Printemps, Darty,…

  • Working with many furniture and home decoration specialists

  • Leading provider of vehicle financing with its brand Viaxel

  • Credit brokerage with its brand Creditlift Courtage

 For more information, see Sofinco website, Viaxel website and Creditlift Courtage website.

Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance Nederland

Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance Nederland is market leader in consumer credit in the Netherlands. This entity has three distribution channels: brokers (Interbank brand), partnerships and direct channel

For more information see Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance Nederland, Interbank, Findio and Kredietdesk.

CreditPlus Bank

CreditPlus Bank ranks 5th on the independent finance companies segment in Germany (except captives). CreditPlus Bank is a leading financial provider for motorbikes in Germany.

For more information, see the website.

Wafasalaf

Wafasalaf leads the local consumer finance market and is present in all market segments.

Wafasalaf is a joint venture between CA Consumer Finance (49 %) and Attijariwafa Bank (51 %). In Morocco, Wafasalaf leads the local consumer market with a presence in all markets segments: household equipment, car and motorbikes financing, banking partnerships.

For more information, see the website.

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