Principal subsidiaries of CrÉdit Agricole Indosuez

Al Bank Saudi Al Fransi

Crédit Agricole Indosuez has a 31.1 per cent shareholding in the bank. It includes corporate banking, retail banking and treasury groups around Saudi Arabia.

Banque Française Commerciale Antilles Guyane

BFCAG is a retail commercial bank based in the French areas of the Americas, such as Guadeloupe and Martinique. Its clients are mainly private individuals and medium-sized local firms, though it also services a range of foreign firms with branches in the region.

Banque Indosuez Mer Rouge

Based in the former French territory of the Afars and the Issas, which became Djibouti in 1977, the bank works in the field of import and export, foreign exchange and international banking. It offers a range of services adapted for international companies in the neighbouring countries of Ethiopia and Sudan.

Banque De Gestion Privée Indosuez

Catering for the needs of private customers, it offers private banking, asset management and financial planning.

Carr Futures

Carr Futures is a global multiproduct broker, providing institutional clients with access to worldwide financial and commodity markets. Based in Chicago, it offers futures, options and securities.

CFM Monaco

Indosuez owns a 77 per cent shareholding in CFM Monaco. It offers a range of services to "high-net-worth individuals", including financial planning, international portfolio management and direct financial investments.


The French bank focuses on asset management and specialised financial services, including risk management services, specialised trading and the trade and storage of foreign banknotes and gold.

Crédit Agricole Indosuez Cheuvreux

This subsidiary works in investment research and brokerage for French and European equities. It represents more than 800 stocks on markets in Western Europe.

Indosuez WI Carr Securities

The oldest foreign broker operating in Asia covers the entire region, from Pakistan to Japan.

Other subsidiaries include: Banque Française de l'Orient, Banque Libano-Française, Indosuez Asia Shipfinance, Seagrott & Campbell, Suez Asia Holdings and Wafabank.