Crédit Agricole is one of the leading European banking groups. Net banking revenues by sector break down as follows:
- retail banking (36.4%): activities in France (56.8% of Net Banking Product; 6.3 million customers at the end of 2009; 2,050 agencies under the Crédit Lyonnais corporate name) and abroad (43.2%; 6.5 million customers; 2,400 agencies; owns 23.8% of the No. 3 in Portugal, Banco Espirito Santo). The group also owns 25% in 39 Caisses Régionales (1st banking network in France; 20 million customers; 7,025 branches);
- finance, investment and market banking (22.3%; Crédit Agricole CIB): standard and specialized bank financing activities (financing for acquisitions, projects, aeronautical and maritime assets, etc.), stock operations, consulting in mergers and acquisitions, investment capital, etc.;
- asset management, insurance and private banking (21.6%): EUR988 billion of assets under management at the end of 2009, divided between asset management (67.8%; No. 1 in France for the management of mutual funds), insurance (20.6%; No. 2 in France) and private banking (11.6%);
- specialized financial services (19.7%): factoring (No. 1 in France; Eurofactor), consumer loan (No. 2 in France; Sofinco, Finaref; EUR76 billion in current credits at the end of 2009) and leasing (No. 1 in France; CA Leasing; EUR17.6 billion in current credits).
At the end of 2009, Crédit Agricole managed EUR464.1 billion in current deposits and EUR362.3 billion in current credits.
GNP (including intragroup) breaks down geographically as follows: France (49.5%), Europe (38.4%), Japan (0.4%), Asia and Oceania (5.1%), North America (3.5%), Central and South America (0.6%), Africa and Middle East (2.5%).