Log in to Banque Francaise Commerciale Ocean Indien, Paris, France ‘s Internet Online Bank

In order to login to your account with Banque Francaise commerciale, go to the home page of the website: https://www.bfcoi.com/  – If you don’t speak French, simply  click on a blank space in the page with the right mouse button and choose translate to English from the menu that appears and the page will be translated to English. The login boxes is in the upper right corner of the site and it is called in French BFCNET BFCNET ENTREPRISE. Depends on the type pf account you have, you either login by clicking on BFCNET or click on BFCNET ENTREPRISE. Enter your user ID and password and login to your account with Banque Francaise Commerciale Ocean Indien, Paris, France.

To become a client of Banque Francaise Commerciale Ocean Indien, Paris, France, you can register/ apply and become a client of an account,  just click on  become a customer which you’ll find at the top right side of the home page and it is called in French DEVENIR CLIENT. Click on DEVENIR CLIENT, fill the application form and submit it for approval to  Banque Francaise Commerciale Ocean Indien, Paris, France. Don’t forget that you can always translate the page to English as explained above.

 Banque Francaise Commerciale Ocean Indien, Paris, France

Banque Francaise Commerciale is a major economic player with more than 400 employees and more than 80,000 customers, BFC is a major player in the economic environment of Reunion and Mayotte. As a partner of BFM (Banque Française Mutualiste), the BFC allows public service agents and members of member mutual to benefit from BFM’s preferred offers in all BFC branches. Banque Francaise Commerciale offers specialization by market and a wide range of services since 2005, BFC has been organizing its organization by market: Individuals, Professionals, Companies, with a wide range of products and services to meet the needs of each.

The centers of expertise developed locally (the Habitat Space, the Premier Space, Factoring …), or those of Société Générale in mainland France, work in synergy with CFB agencies to offer each client high performance range and specialized.Key dates at CFB
In 1960, The Franco-Chinese Bank belonging to the Bank of Indochina becomes the French Commercial Bank.
In 1976, After developing its network in mainland France, the BFC opens its first branch in Reunion and Mayotte.
In 1992, The Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB), leader of the Indian Ocean zone, acquires the BFC.
In 2003, Societe Generale, the sixth largest banking group in the Euro zone, becomes a shareholder of CFB on a part with MCB, and controls the management. The BFC then integrates Societe Generale’s IBFS network, which includes nearly 1,300 branches in 31 countries and has more than 5 million customers.

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