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About La Banque Postale
La Banque Postale is a French bank created on 1 January 2006 as a subsidiary of La Poste, the French national postal service. The bank operates in three segments: Retail Banking, Insurance, and Asset Management. La Banque Postale also focusses on services to local authorities concerning financing and banking, as well as stakeholders dealing with social housing, local institutions, public health-care establishments and semi-public organisations.
115, Rue de Sèvres
Philippe Heim |
|Annual report||Annual integrated report 2020|
La Banque Postale is a subsidiary of La Poste, the French national postal service, which is majority-owned (73.3%) by the French state.
|Complaints and grievances||
La Banque Postale does not operate a complaints or grievance mechanism for individuals or communities who might have been affected by the bank's finance.
Stakeholders may also raise complaints via the OECD National Contact Points (OECD Watch guidance).
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Voluntary standardsLa Banque Postale has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
La Banque Postale's web page on corporate social responsibility can be accessed here.