Our commitment

Embodying our purpose

A commitment to the public interest is part of the DNA of the Indosuez group. We put our commitments into practice while ensuring we remain our clients’ trusted partners, by strictly observing regulations and ensuring the protection of our clients’ interests. 

As part of our commitment to sustainability and a responsible economy, we have introduced Green Finance with the support of the Credit Agricole group. 

Adapting Crédit Agricole’s policies

Indosuez Group is committed to Crédit Agricole group’s continuous, proactive drive for progress, which we apply through innovative group-wide and local initiatives.

Our employees are involved in a variety of projects that build respect for individuals, promote environmental conservation, and enhance our clients’ trust.

Contributing to progress

We know that our commitment to corporate social responsibility is a vector for progress – and we have enshrined it in our corporate culture. The aims of our varied initiatives within the group are to not only support social entrepreneurship, but also raise our clients’ and our employees’ awareness of the key environmental and societal issues.

Supporting sustainability in Monaco

CFM Indosuez has organised many initiatives in favour of sustainable development in Monaco, in particular in partnership with the Principality.

In 2003, with the support of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, CFM Indosuez set up a specialised sustainable development investment fund – CFM Indosuez Monaco Environnement Développement Durable – to foster initiatives by encouraging financial investments in this area.

Protecting children

We are also active in protecting children, and CFM Indosuez is a proud supporter of AMADE. Founded in 1963 by Princess Grace of Monaco, AMADE was one of the first international charities set up to serve this important cause. The association works to allow “all children, whatever their social, religious or cultural origins, to be able to live with dignity and security and with their fundamental rights fully respected”.

 

 

Our commitment in Burundi

We recently took part in initiatives to fund secondary education for orphans and vulnerable children and produce electronic school text books in Burundi.
 

Raising Monaco’s profile

CFM Indosuez contributes to raising Monaco’s profile, notably in the cultural sphere. Since 1999 we have been an official partner of the Monte-Carlo Ballet and of the Prince Pierre Foundation. CFM Indosuez also sponsors many cultural, charity and sporting events.

Promoting ocean awareness

CFM Indosuez supports the Institut Océanographique de Monaco in its bid to encourage people to “understand, love and protect the oceans”

CFM Indosuez Wealth Management keenly supports the Institut Océanographique’s work to raise awareness and to convince and secure the support of as many people as possible of the need to protect the oceans and their biodiversity.

By financing the Institut Océanographique’s work, CFM Indosuez is helping to promote understanding of the marine world among the general public, business leaders, politicians, the media and influencers, to encourage them to protect marine life.

Call for projects

CFM Indosuez supports projects for children and young people in Monaco, France and the PACA region led by organisations recognized for their professionalism and the relevance of their action.

A decision-making committee chooses these projects from applications rigorously selected by volunteer employees using a standardised selection and evaluation process.

If you have a clear, specific project that could benefit from financial support from CFM Indosuez, we invite you to send a brief description and estimated budget of the project by email to philanthropie@cfm-indosuez.mc by 30 March 2020 along with a presentation of your organisation. 

If your submission is considered eligible during the pre-selection phase in April, we will send you the list of documents necessary for its evaluation as well as its subsequent examination by the decision-making committee, which will meet at the end of June 2020.