counter-attack comes as the European Commission is investigating whether the Livret A and the similar Livret Bleu, distributed by Crédit Mutuel, are in breach of competition law. The European Commission yesterday rejected the banks' claims, saying it.
This is not the banks' only such campaign. At the end of the 1990s they began a similar assault on the Livret Bleu, a tax-favoured savings plan distributed only by Crédit Mutuel, a mutual bank. In 2002 the European Commission fined Crédit Mutuel €164m.
They are then liable for the premium, and also in the result of a claim ... HRNZ automatically deduct this from the stakes won before they credit the stakes to your nominated bank account. Note the special situation of 50/50 arrangement with a trainer.
Credit Mutuel has the exclusive right to offer the Livret Bleu savings account with its consumer tax breaks. The government pays Credit Mutuel to provide this public service. The two banks provide a full range of financial services, including insurance.
The Caisse d'Epargne has modernized its long-standing savings product - the Livret A passbook savings account - with ... and Crédit Coopératif and their subsidiaries, Crédit Maritime Mutuel and the Mutual Guarantee Companies. Customer base The Banque.
The lawsuits have been brought by BNP Paribas, Societe Generale, Credit Agricole, Credit Mutuel, Groupe BPCE and La Banque Postale ... Tax-free savings accounts in France, such as the Livret A, are widely used by smaller retail savers and they were worth.