Our governance

The value added by Indosuez Wealth Management in France stems not only from its history and expertise, but also from its prestigious shareholder base and its governance structure


For our clients, Indosuez Wealth Management stands apart due to its position within Crédit Agricole group, one of the leading banks in Europe.

CA Indosuez Wealth (Group), which unites all of Crédit Agricole group's, Wealth Management specialists, is a direct subsidiary of Crédit Agricole CIB, the group’s Corporate and Investment banking arm.

In France, our activities are primarily provided by CA Indosuez Wealth (France), whose teams in all businesses work hand-in-hand with their colleagues throughout the global network and Crédit Agricole group and especially the 39 Crédit Agricole regional banks anchored in the French regions/territory.

For our clients and teams alike, this is synonymous with strength, openness, synergies and access to a vast array of resources and expertise.                           

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CA Indosuez Wealth (France) is incorporated under French law. It is governed by a Board of Directors chaired by Pierre Fort, who is also Chief Executive Officer of the Crédit Agricole Alsace-Vosges regional bank, and a member of the Senior Management team. The Senior Management team is headed by Olivier Toussaint, Chief Executive Officer, who is also a member of the CA Indosuez Wealth (Group) Management Committee responsible for the oversight of all global Wealth Management activities. Our six offices in the French regions are agencies of CA Indosuez Wealth (France).



As well as the branches that enhance our local relationship with clients, our presence in France includes two specialised companies that operate as subsidiaries under national regulations.

The first is CA Indosuez Gestion, one of our in-house asset management companies, which has two main activities:

  • portfolio management under mandates or via bespoke funds;
  • expert management of open-ended investment funds reserved for our clients and those of Crédit Agricole’s regional banks.

The second is Valbaume Immobilier, which specialises in residential and investment real estate in France, in particular in Paris, the Paris area and in France’s biggest cities. 

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