Crèdit Andorrà - Management structure in Crèdit Andorrà

The Crèdit Andorrà Board of Directors, in a meeting held of 25 March 2014, has resolved to change the structure of the bank’s Senior Management.


The Financial Times group includes the Andorran financial market for the first time in the private banking awards granted annually by PWM/The Banker

The Crèdit Andorrà Group, financial market leader in the Principality of Andorra, has won the prize for the best Andorran bank in private banking for 2013, an award granted by the Financial Times group every year, through its prestigious publications The Banker and PWM.
Organs of government

Appointment of Jaume Casal Mor as the new Chairman of the Crèdit Andorrà Board of Directors

We announce the appointment of Jaume Casal Mor as the new Chairman of the Crèdit Andorrà Board of Directors, in replacement for Antoni Pintat Santolària, and the addition of Antoni Pintat Mas as Vice-Chairman.

This acquisition reinforces the Andorran bank's global private banking project

The Crèdit Andorrà Group, a benchmark in the financial market of the Principality of Andorra, has agreed in an initial phase to buy a 9.9% share of the Swiss Banque Genevoise de Gestion.

The Group has been recognised for its high capitalisation, with its Tier 1 capital totalling 619 million dollars

It comes 778th in the world ranking and is first among Andorran banks

Once again, Crèdit Andorrà is Andorra's leading bank in the annual Top 1000 ranking drawn up by the Financial Times Group, a ranking based on the capitalisation of financial institutions and published every year in the July issue of the magazine The Banker. Crèdit Andorrà once again leads the field of Andorran banks, with its Tier 1 capital totalling 619 million dollars at year-end 2012, 4.41% more than in 2011.

Awards and recognition

The financial publication recognises the firm's leading position in the Andorran market, highlighting its international penetration and extensive range of investment options

The financial publication Global Banking & Finance Review has chosen Crèdit Andorrà as the best private bank in Andorra in 2013.
Crèdit Andorrà ISO certification

This is another step in continuing to ensure improvements and customer satisfaction It shows the bank is firmly committed to coming into line with the best practices around the world

Crèdit Andorrà has this year again renewed the two international ISO 9001:2008 certifications that ensure customers high quality standards in the management of its financial area

Assessments by Fitch Ratings ratify the solvency and capitalisation of the principal Andorran financial group, preserving the most recent classification in spite of the difficult context affecting the international financial system

For another year Fitch Ratings international agency has confirmed all the ratings for Crèdit Andorrà with an 'A-' long-term rating and ‘F2’ short-term.
International expansion

The new insurer, specialising in the life assurance segment, has offices in Madrid and Barcelona

The Crèdit Andorrà Group, leader in the Andorran financial system, extends its presence in the Spanish insurance market with the opening of CA Life Insurance Experts, after obtaining the necessary authorisations from the General Directorate of Insurance and Pension Funds (DGSFP) in Spain and the Andorran National Institute of Finance (INAF) in Andorra.

Total assets under management rise by 12% and reach 11,308 million euros

The Group increases its total operating income by 12.41% and financial margin by 13.30%

The Crèdit Andorrà Group ended 2012 with a 9% increase in its business volume, reaching 14,410 million euros. Total assets under management also increased, up to 11,308 million euros, 12% more than in 2011.


Format: 23-03-2023
Format: 23-03-2023