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Crédit Agricole
Financements (Suisse) S.A.

67 Rue du Rhône -  PO Box 6265
CH-1207 Genève

Clearing 8243
CCP CHF 12-1627-2
VAT CHE-102.383.391


Lost Card

If your card is lost or stolen,

block your Maestro card by calling the Bank Card Centre at

+41 (0)44 271 22 30


block your credit card by calling Viseca Card Services at

+41 (0)58 958 83 83


Salary accounts, foreign currency accounts, mortgage loans: the Swiss bank that meets all your everyday requirements

Crédit Agricole Financements (Suisse) S.A. is a bank under Swiss law. It offers a whole range of banking services specially intended for private individuals, including salary accounts, credit cards, savings accounts, 3rd pillar solutions, and mortgage loans both in Switzerland and in France.

For more than 15 years, the bank has been present in the very heart of the Basel region, where three national borders meet, and also in French-speaking Switzerland (in Geneva and Lausanne in particular). Crédit Agricole Financements (Suisse) S.A. is renowned for its expertise in financing real estate in France for Swiss residents, and is a particularly innovative player when it comes to financing property in Switzerland, providing solutions designed to facilitate property ownership or helping people carry out environmentally-friendly work on their homes.

The bank also offers some of the most attractive interest rates on the market.

Since 2009, Crédit Agricole Financements (Suisse) S.A. has been offering salary accounts, savings accounts and pension products for its clients working in Switzerland.


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