At Crédit Mutuel, we believe that music is a unifying force. Crédit Mutuel has been involved in music for 20 years through several partnerships:

  • as a recognized leading partner of the music scene, under the "Crédit Mutuel donne le LA" banner ("Crédit Mutuel sets the tone");
  • through its website, the biggest community of artists and music fans in France.
  • Riffx by Crédit Mutuel

    Crédit Mutuel's Riffx platform highlights all the festivals and venues that are partnered with Crédit Mutuel. It is also an outlet for ticket purchasing and a web radio.


Crédit Mutuel has been investing in amateur sports for years and plays an active role in supporting several sports federations and associations throughout France.

  • Sailing

    Crédit Mutuel has partnered with skipper Ian Lipinski since 2018. Ian successfully skippered the Crédit Mutuel Class40 in the Transat Jacques Vabre 2019 and the Drheam Cup 2020, and has set a new record for sailing solo round the British Isles. His next challenge is the Route du Rhum 2022.

  • Athletics

    Crédit Mutuel has been working alongside the French athletics federation as its official banking partner since 2019. It is therefore involved in the biggest athletics events in France: Paris Diamond League Meeting, Paris Indoor Meeting, France Elite Championships.

  • Volleyball

    Crédit Mutuel is the official partner of the French volleyball federation, supporting in particular the women’s and men’s finals in the Coupe de France and the Volleyade and Mini-volleyade competitions for promising young players.

  • Pétanque

    Crédit Mutuel stands by the Fédération Française de Pétanque et de Jeu Provençal (FFPJP). A popular sport, especially in the South of France, pétanque has been among the top 10 French sports in terms of members for years.

    Website of the Fédération Française de Pétanque et de Jeu Provençal

Culture and entertainment

Crédit Mutuel believes everyone should have access to culture and each year it supports cultural events that are open to all generations.

  • Eurojeunes

    The Eurojeunes competition targets children aged from six to twenty, and attract nearly one million participants every year. Young people are encouraged to express their creativity and show how they interpret the world around them. This year’s theme is “Together, what’s solidarity like ?”.