France's Credit Agricole applies to Fed for office in Houston

Kraus, James R.
May 1995
American Banker;5/10/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 89, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on Paris, France-based Credit Agricole's application to the Federal Reserve Board to open a representative office in Houston, Texas as part of a broader expansion into energy-related financial transactions. Development of market intelligence; Bank's shift of focus to complex financial transactions; Reason for bank's venture into securitizing energy-related assets.


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