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Country: France

Franfinance is a 100% subsidiary of the Société Générale Group specializing in sales financing and consumer credit.

Since its creation in 1990, it has become one of the leaders in the French market. It provides services to individuals and businesses, and offers products such as personal consumer credit, leasing for businesses, and associated insurance services.

Its business model is based on four pillars the financing of its partners' sales to individuals, consumer credit and associated insurance services for individuals, the financing of its partners' sales to distributors and producers of capital goods, and the provision of insurance services for businesses.its business model is based on four pillars: sales financing for its partners, consumer credit and related insurance services for individuals, sales financing for its partners in the distribution and production of capital goods, and the provision of its expertise in consumer credit, loyalty and leasing to external companies and the Société Générale Group.

Studies mentioning this company

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