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Our Contrat Solidaire again awarded the “Finansol” label

The Finansol label for our Contrat Solidaire life insurance policy has been renewed for the sixth consecutive year. This quality label recognises socially responsible savings products in France.


A policy that makes sense of your savings

Launched in 2013, the Contrat Solidaire (Solidarity Policy) is a life insurance policy distributed by Crédit Agricole Regional Banks. It combines savings and social benefits by financing activities that have a positive impact on society: integration through employment and housing, environmental measures and international solidarity.

Indeed, all products associated with the policy (euro-based products and unit-linked products) are socially and environmentally responsible, as 5% to 10% of the assets for these funds are invested in socially and environmentally responsible companies. For unit-linked products, the remainder is managed according to ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria. For euro-based products, the remainder is managed in the same manner as the Predica general asset scheme, which uses an ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) filter to determine the choice of issuers.

This policy forms part of a more general Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy.


A guarantee savers can trust

Finansol is a professional association founded in 1995, and the Finansol label was created in 1997. This label confirms the socially and environmentally responsible nature of financial products. It recognises responsible savings products in particular and is awarded by a committee of independent experts from civil society.

A policy bearing the Finansol label meets specific eligibility criteria concerning solidarity, transparency, reporting and marketing actions.

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