Crédit Agricole launches 'privilege' club
Cairo, March 25, 2012
Crédit Agricole Egypt has launched its latest brand ‘Fidèle Club’ tailored to meet the needs of the upper echelon Egyptian community.
The club offers distinguished clients a unique banking relationship with special privileges inspired from their needs and lifestyle, a statement from Crédit Agricole said.
“Crédit Agricole is recognised worldwide for its expertise in wealth management as well as its knowledge of international and local financial markets trends and best practices,” said François-Edouard Drion, managing director of Crédit Agricole Egypt. “We are now creating a special brand to extend our specialised services to the distinguished customers to help them manage their finances and grow their wealth.”
“Fidèle Club stems from Crédit Agricole Egypt’s core values of fidelity, friendliness, professionalism and trust. Its special privileges reflect an ongoing commitment, positioning Crédit Agricole among the top financial partner of choice for high net-worth individuals,” Drion added.
With Fidele Club, CAE completes its wide range of offerings tailored to suit each segment: retail, private banking, medium enterprises as well as large local and multinationals.
Club membership entitles clients to benefit from a priority service through a special counter endorsed by a fast-track Fidèle support division to immediately process their transactions, the statement said.
Sound financial advice will be offered by dedicated relationship managers who will introduce the right financial solutions to fit customers’ needs and goals. Members can also discover further ongoing advantages with their platinum cards, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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