Credit Agricole freezes all services in Russia day after BNP Paribas sets halt deadline 

Mark Battersby
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France headquartered Credit Agricole said on 22 March it had suspended all services in Russia, a day after another global French bank BNP Paribas said it had told corporate clients in Russia that it would no longer process their transactions after the end of month, after previously stopping new financing in Russia. Credit Agricole said that since the beginning of the conflict, the group has stopped new financing to Russian companies and all commercial activity in Russia.  "The Group has contacted its international corporate clients to set the suspension modalities for the services loc...

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