The Banque de France has been striving for several years to reduce financial and social exclusion. It provides support for vulnerable segments of the population and works closely with social support agencies to improve the quality of assistance for over-indebted individuals. It also organises programmes to help young people into work, facilitates financial inclusion through the provision of microcredit, and supports charitable initiatives.
The Banque de France has been striving for several years to prevent social and financial exclusion. It has developed a range of initiatives to assist vulnerable segments of the population.
The Banque de France works constantly to promote banking inclusion, to ensure vulnerable people have access to appropriate banking services and thus prevent them from becoming marginalised…
The Banque de France has signed partnership agreements with the education authorities of Créteil and Poitiers, covering students in secondary education: the aim is to improve their financial and economic literacy, organise work placements and support their integration into the workforce.
Find out more about our partnerships with local education authorities
The Banque de France is committed to supporting economic and social development in all areas where it is located. This involves providing support to very small enterprises (VSEs). The Banque de France has also integrated CSR criteria into its business rating process…
The Banque de France encourages its staff to get involved in charity projects.
Updated on: 12/09/2016 17:56