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The Banker, the prestigious financial publication of the Financial Times, acknowledges the Crèdit Andorrà Group for its high capitalisation, with shareholders' equity of 623 million euro

Crèdit Andorrà occupies position 843 on the global scale in the Top 1000 ranking, prepared every year by the Financial Times group, and is in top position in the Andorran financial sector, with equity of 623 million euro, of which 593 million euro as the bank's Tier 1 capital at the close of 2015. The TOP 1000 ranking assesses the top financial entities worldwide on the basis of their capitalisation. This international ranking is published in July in The Banker magazine.



We announce the appointment of Mr. Antoni Pintat Mas as the new Chairman of Crèdit Andorrà's Board of Directors, and Mr. Jaume Casal Mor as Vice-Chairman of the Board.

Mr. Antoni Pintat Mas has been a member of the Board since 2013, the year when he took over the position as Vice-Chairman. Mr. Jaume Casal Mor has been a member since 2002, during this time acting as Board Member, Vice-Chairman and Chairman.



• Despite the difficult context, the business volume remained stable compared to the previous year and reached 16.576 billion euros; assets under management totalled 13.583 billion euros

• The operating income stood at 247.25 million euros (an increase of 8.7% over the previous year) and net profit from operations reached 107.52 million (a 4.69% increase over the previous year)


The credit ratings agency Fitch Ratings has affirmed a long-term rating at ‘BBB’ for Crèdit Andorrà with a stable outlook, and a short-term rating at ‘F3’, a rating which, according to Fitch, reflects the bank's good earnings generation and adequate capitalisation, Andorra's economic stability and the development of the country's regulatory framework in which the bank operates.


For the fourth consecutive year, Crèdit Andorrà has received the private banking award from the financial publication, as well as the award in the social responsibility category for the second year

Global Banking & Finance Review has recognized Crèdit Andorrà as the best private bank in Andorra for the fourth consecutive year. Furthermore, the magazine has acknowledged the entity's Corporate Social Responsibility for the second year in a row and has awarded it with the best bank in the CRS category in the Principality of Andorra in 2016, highlighting its commitment to the country and society through the Crèdit Andorrà Foundation.

Awards and recognition

The Group is acknowledged by the prestigious financial publication for its high capitalisation, with a Tier 1 Capital of 691 million dollars

The Financial Times group has again placed Crèdit Andorrà at the forefront of Andorran Banks in its prestigious Top 1000 Ranking. This classification is calculated on the basis of financial entities capitalisation and is published annually in the July Edition of the magazine, The Banker. The entity again ranks as the top bank in the Andorran financial sector endorsed by a Tier 1 Capital of 691 million dollars and the Group’s solvency and liquidity ratios which, on 31 December 2014, were 20.26% and 73.82%, respectively.


The financial publication awards the private bank prize to Crèdit Andorrà for the third consecutive year, while the entity’s work in CSR is acknowledged for the first time

Global Banking & Finance Review has acknowledged Crèdit Andorrà for the third consecutive year as the best entity for private banking in Andorra in 2015. The financial publication gives these awards in recognition of companies which stand out for their experience, innovation and outstanding work within the International financial community. This year, moreover, the publication has acknowledged Crèdit Andorrà’s commitment to the country and society through the Crèdit Andorrà Foundation, and has awarded it the prize for best Corporate Social Responsibility in the country.


Fitch has positively assessed Crèdit Andorrà’s high earnings generation capacity

The credit rating agency Fitch Ratings has assigned Crèdit Andorrà with a long-term rating of “BBB” with a stable outlook, and a short-term rating of “F3” – a rating that reflects the stabilization of credit factors and the bank’s ability to cope with the financial situation of the country.


The business volume totals 16,547 million euros, up by 6.94%, while assets under management total 13,564 million, an increase of 9.22%

At 31 December, 2014 the consolidated balance sheet of the Crèdit Andorrà Group shows that it still leads the country's banking sector with a business volume totalling 16,547 million euros (6.94% up on 2013) and assets under management of 13,564 million euros (an increase of 9.22%). The Bank's loan investments remained stable, totalling 2,983 million euros (down by 2.30% compared with 2013).

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These new products aim to achieve consistent and sustainable returns over time through a careful and expert choice of the best in-house and third-party managed mutual funds

Crèdit Andorrà has launched a new investment product in the market, its Selecció Experta Portfolios of Funds, which are designed to achieve consistent and sustainable returns over time, outperforming benchmark indices whilst preserving capital in the long term. This target is met through careful and expert picking of the best mutual funds and adaption to the needs of different investment profiles.


Format: 23-06-2022
Format: 23-06-2022