AXA Banque

+ 32(2) 678 61 11
Boulevard du Souverain 25, 1170, Bruxelles
 

AXA Banque in Belgium provides retail banking solutions to individuals and small companies in Europe. In addition, the Bank works in close cooperation with the AXA’s insurance departments. The AXA company is a French joint stock company with headquarters in Paris, specializing in the provision of insurance services. It is one of the largest in the world, therefore classified as systemically importantinsurance companies. The company was originally founded in 1816 as Mutuelle de L'assurance contre L'incendie (the Ancienne Mutuelle). It acquired Compagnie Parisienne de Garantie in 1978 and became Mutuelles Unies. It went on to buy the Drouot Group in 1982, becoming Mutuelles Unies/Drouot. It adopted the AXA name in 1985. In June 2006, AXA acquired the leading Swiss insurance company Winterthur Group from Credit Suisse for €9 billion. And two years later, AXA bought 36.7% of stake of the well-known Russian insurance company - RESO-Guarantee for 1.15 billion dollars.

Web-site: www.axa.be

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