Natixis is a French corporate and investment bank created on 17 November 2006 from the merger of Natexis Banque Populaire (Banque Populaire group) and Ixis (Caisse d'Epargne group). Natixis Bank is the main company within Natixis group, which includes all companies from both Natexis and Ixis groups.
Corporate and Investment Banking provides clients with an extensive range of solutions encompassing loans, structured finance, capital market and cash management products, leasing, securitization, advisory services and financial engineering.
This variety of expertise is synergized and underpinned by top quality research, all with a view to delivering high value-added, innovative and customized solutions geared to the needs of corporations, institutional investors, insurers and banks. Corporate and Investment Banking maintains personalized local relations with clients via a worldwide network of over 50 offices. The two original shareholders still control Natixis though the company is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange. Natixis has a 24,000-strong workforce and is presence in 68 countries.
With 52 % of Corporate and Investment Banking revenues now generated outside France, business continues to expand fast, particularly in Asia and North Americas and in high-potential markets like the Middle East.