Closer to the needs of our partners and their customers 

 

Created in 1973, Cardif began its international development in 1989. Within ten years, the company had a presence in 20 countries within ten years. Today, we are the world leader in creditor insurance and we enjoy strong positions in protection in 33 countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

33 countries
200,000 points of sale throughout the world
500 distribution partners

BNP Paribas Cardif,a worldwide presence

 

EUROPE

In our domestic markets (France, Italy and Luxembourg), we are among the leaders in savings and we are pursuing robust development of our life insurance business. In addition, we have expanded our range of sulutions, in particular with home insurance and car insurance products in France and Italy.

Working with our partners, we design products and services that meet the needs of our customers, integrated with the way people purchase insurance today and continual changes in the market. Our growth model is based on both a retail banking network and high-quality distribution partners.

  • €19,7 billion of gross written premiums in 2019 for domestic markets 
  • €3.5 billion of gross written premiums in 2019 for European countries (excluding domestic markets) and emerging markets 

 

ASIA

We are active in four markets in Asia which figure among the largest in the region. We primarily employ a model of joint ventures created through partnerships with major local banks.This strategy allows us to flexibly adapt to the customs and everyday habits of our customers, enabling us to seize the opportunities offered in Asia.

We rank among the leaders in creditor insurance and are constantly strengthening our positions in savings products and protection. 

  • €4.9 billion of gross written premiums in 2019

 

LATIN AMERICA

 

We have been operating in Latin America for over twenty years, particularly in the bancassurance and retail insurance sectors. We currently have more than 200 distribution partners and some 35,000 points of sale. 

 

  • €1.7 billion of gross written premiums in 2019