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06 june 2014

The FBF banks in figures

 

Bank-customer relationship


  • 99% of French people over 18 years of age have a bank account.
    Source : Observatoire de la microfinance 2011

  • 71 millions of current accounts at end 2012
    Source : Banque de France

  • 38 359 bank branches
    Source : EBC Payment Statistics, September 2013

  • 584 bank branches by one million inhabitants
    Source : EBC Payment Statistics, September 2013

  • 58 536 ATMs
    Source : EBC Payment Statistics, September 2013

  • 87% of French people visit their bank branch at least once a year
    Source : IFOP Survey, May 2013

  • 7 internet users out of 10 visit their banks' website
    Source : IFOP Survey, May 2013

Loans (Banque de France, April 2014)


  • 1002 billion euros of loans to households

  • 819 billion euros of housing loans

  • 2,85% is the average rate on property loans
    Source : Observatoire CSA - Crédit Logement, may 2014

  • 819 billion euros of corporate lending

  • + 0,4% de loans to VSEs/SMEs over the past 12 months

Savings


  • The savings rate for French households is 15,6 %.
    Source : INSEE - Q4 2013

  • Regulated savings accounts
    The Livret A collects 268.3 billions euros (+2,56% over the past 12 months)
    The Livret de Développement Durable collects 102,1 billions euros (+5,15% over the past 12 months)
    Source : Caisse des dépôts - April 2014

  • Life-insurance
    Life-insurance contrats amount to 1484,2 billions euros, progressing of 5% over a year.
    Source : FFSA - April 2014

Payment instruments (ECB Payment Statistics, September 2013)


  • 18 billion payment transactions

  • 46,9% of total transactions by cards

  • 82,3 million cards in France

  • 768 million cards in Europe

  • 56% of internet users pay on-line with their card
    Source : IFOP Survey, May 2013

Jobs in banks (Association Française des Banques Survey - 2012)


  • 390 banks

  • 367.000 employees

  • 99 % of the employees under permanent contract

  • 24.000 new hires, including :
    64% of under-30s
    57,2% of women
    49% of 2-3 year degree holders ; more than 40% of 4-5 degree holders

  • Near 10.000 young people in alternation

  • Almost 70% of positions in retail banking

 
 
 
 
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