Cofidis

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Cofidis is a French company, now majority owned by the Crédit Mutuel.

Founded in 1982 by 3 Suisses International in cooperation with Cetelem, Cofidis specialized in the consumer credit business of the 3 Suisses Group. It has expanded since then.

Its business concept of offering customized consumer loans either by phone or over the Internet has been exported to other countries - Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Czech Republic, Greece and Hungary. In 2003, Cofidis combined with Crédit Mutuel Nord Europe to found a new joint venture, Créfidis. And in 2004, Cofidis acquired a 66% equity stake in C2C, the financial services provider of the French Camif Group.

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The company is the owner of the professional cycling team Cofidis and has sponsored the Belgian cup of football until 2015.

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