Crédit Agricole group has strong ambitions for its Wealth Management business line and undertakes to create a major international specialist. In order to reconcile its different strengths, the group first merges Banque de Gestion Privée Indosuez and Crédit Agricole Indosuez Cheuvreux Gestions. It acquires Crédit Lyonnais and a number of its foreign offices, some of which, like Geneva, are now central to our network. In 2005, it goes on to merge the Swiss subsidiaries of Crédit Agricole Indosuez and Crédit Agricole (Switzerland) S.A., after consolidating Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (Switzerland) and Intesa Bank (Switzerland). Measures are also taken to reinforce the Group's activities in Monaco, with the absorption of the Monaco branch of Sudameris Monaco and the activities and teams of BFO by CFM Monaco (known under the name of Crédit Foncier de Monaco until 2004). Not to forget, of course, the acquisition of Banque Sarasin by Crédit Agricole Luxembourg in 2008.