Crédit Agricole Srbija

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Crédit Agricole Srbija
Native name Kredi Agrikol banka Srbija / Креди Агрикол банка Србија
Type Joint-stock company
Industry Finance and Insurance
Predecessor(s) Meridian Bank Crédit Agricole Group a.d. Novi Sad
Founded Novi Sad, Serbia (September 20, 2001 (2001-09-20))
First founded 1991
Headquarters Novi Sad, Serbia
Area served Serbia
Key people Bruno Marie Charrier (Executive director)
Products Commercial banking, Investment banking
Revenue Decrease 71.26 million (2013) [1]
Net income Increase €0.28 million (2013)[1]
Total assets Decrease €539.39 million (2013)[1]
Total equity Decrease €73.58 million (2013)[1]
Owner(s) Crédit Agricole S.A. Paris (100%)
Employees 968[1]
Website www.creditagricole.rs

Crédit Agricole Srbija (Serbian Cyrillic: Креди Агрикол банка Србија а.д.) is a subsidiary bank of Agricole Group with headquarters in Novi Sad.

Crédit Agricole Srbija is a community bank with a focus on retail activities. Also, it provides services to Corporate, Agro and SME sector. The bank functions through eight regional centers and has 82 branch offices in Serbia.

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It was founded in October 1991 as a private bank with mixed capital. Since July 2005, it is majority owned by Crédit Agricole S.A. Paris. IT IS Operating under the new name since 14 September 2009 after receiving the approval from National Bank of Serbia. Previous name of the bank was Meridian Bank Crédit Agricole Group.

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