During the week of 17 October, BNP Paribas participated for the first time at the Paris Motor Show . The presence of the Group and its subsidiaries at this international event reinforces the goal of BNP Paribas Cardif to lean on our broad expertise to support our customers on the future of mobility.
Icare, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas Cardif specialized in warranty extensions and car maintenance contracts presented their Easicare application, a platform based on anonymized datas, which allows second hand car dealers to better anticipate restoration and repair costs. Cyril Petit, CEO of Icare, spoke at the Paris Motor Show about the car market trends in 2022 and purchasing online vehicles.
Wylly, an Icare partner, presented their online auction platform for the used-car, linking private owners and dealers. Its goal is to make the selling and buying experience simpler, faster, and fairer.
Wylly’s model is based on a “win/win”approach that benefits both private sellers and dealers. This partnership allows BNP Paribas Cardif to position itself as a key actor in mobility, and to support the transformation of the sector by showcasing new services for financing as an insurer.
Qover, one of BNP Paribas Cardif’s start-up partners, was also present at the BNP Paribas stand. This insurtech company designs, builds and distributes embedded insurance solutions across Europe for disruptive tech players.
Their co-founder, Jean-Charles Velge, gave talks on new mobility and how insurance fits into it.
This first Paris Motor Show event for BNP Paribas Cardif allowed to promote new services and expertise, to better benefits the major challenge of the future of mobility.