Undertakings of the creditmutuel-innovation.eu website

Crédit Mutuel Innovation's website complies with legal obligations. We respect the privacy of internet users and hold a user licence.

Personal data protection policy

Crédit Mutuel Innovation pursues a rigorous policy in terms of protecting information given to it within the framework of browsing on its website. In accordance with applicable regulations, you have the right to access, oppose, correct, erase and limit the use of data, as well as the right to data portability. To exercise one of these rights, you can write to the following address:

Data Protection Officer (DPO)

63 chemin Antoine Pardon

69814 Tassin CEDEX

You can also lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), 3 place de Fontenoy TSA 80715 75334 Paris CEDEX 07

View our Personal data security and management charter.

Personal data protection policy

Our personal data protection policy sets out the technical and organisational resources implemented by Crédit Mutuel Innovation to collect your data and use it in a secure, appropriate and responsible manner.

View our Personal data protection policy for legal entities.

Website publisher and host

Website publisher

Crédit Mutuel Innovation

Société par actions simplifiée (simplified joint stock company)

Share capital : €250,000,000.00

Paris RCS n° : 344 967 336

Registered office : 28 avenue de l'Opéra - 75002 Paris

SIREN : 344 967 336

NAF code : 6420Z

Intra-community VAT number : FR96344967336

Hosting company


Société par actions simplifiée (simplified joint stock company)

Registered office : 4 rue Frédéric-Guillaume Raiffeisen, 67000 Strasbourg.

Strasbourg RCS n° : 312 730 674.

Telephone : 03 88 14 88 14.


Crédit Mutuel Innovation declines all responsibility for the content of the website and any use that may be made thereof.

The activities described in these pages do not constitute a commercial offering.

Crédit Mutuel Innovation cannot be held in any way responsible for any technical inaccuracies or typographical errors in the documents and associated images published on this server, as well as changes made periodically to the information contained on the server.

Personal data protection policy

Crédit Mutuel Innovation

Société par actions simplifiée (simplified joint stock company)

Share capital : €250,000,000.00

Paris RCS n° : 344 967 336

Registered office : 28 avenue de l'Opéra - 75002 Paris

SIREN : 344 967 336

NAF code : 6420Z

Intra-community VAT number : FR96344967336


Texts and images and the presentation and assembly thereof on this website are the property of Crédit Mutuel Innovation. They constitute pieces of work and are protected as such by the laws of countries all over the world and international treaties. All data relating to people collected directly by Crédit Mutuel Innovation and disseminated on the website are subject to a request for prior authorisation from the data subjects. Any use on the website of logos, personal information belonging to a third party or any dissemination of articles published in the written press is subject to prior express authorisation in writing (in paper or electronic form).

User licence

By accessing this website or an element thereof, you accept a licence granted by Crédit Mutuel Innovation. Under the terms of this licence, the following rights are exclusively granted: a right of private, personal and non-transferable use concerning the contents of the website or an element thereof, a right of reproduction for storage for the purposes of representation on a single-user screen and of reproduction of one copy for backup or printing on paper, any use of documents of any kind taken from this website must state the source. Subject to the above-mentioned rights, any representation and/or reproduction, even partial, of the contents of the website and/or an element thereof are expressly prohibited, in particular:

  • For commercial and/or distribution purposes, any use of an element of the website in a networked computer environment using links. In particular, the presentation of a page from the website within a framework not belonging to Crédit Mutuel Innovation ( using the framing technique ) and the insertion of an image belonging to Crédit Mutuel Innovation in a page not belonging to Crédit Mutuel Innovation ( using the in-line linking technique ) are prohibited.
  • The repeated and systematic extraction of elements from the website, whether protected or not, causing any damage to Crédit Mutuel Innovation. This includes in particular elements protected by Law N° 98-536 of 1 July 1998 concerning the legal protection of databases.

However, the establishment of links to the page for which the address is creditmutuelinnovation.com is authorised under the following cumulative conditions:

  • If the page appears under this address(es), if the links are established using the graphic trademark, Crédit Mutuel Innovation authorises reproduction and representation for this purpose only.
  • If the websites with links to this address exercise a business activity and disseminate information, images or any other material in accordance with public order and decency and in general comply with applicable regulations. Crédit Mutuel Innovation reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time.

Crédit Mutuel Innovation reserves the right to amend or correct the contents of this website at any time and without notice. All rights not expressly granted to the terms of these agreements are reserved by Crédit Mutuel Innovation. Crédit Mutuel Innovation should not be held liable under any circumstances for hypertext links to other websites from creditmutuelinnovation.com.

Understanding and managing use of our cookies

Crédit Mutuel Equity pursues a rigorous policy in terms of protecting information given to it.

General principles

We believe that your personal data and any data provided on our website or resulting from your browsing are confidential.

In accordance with regulatory obligations and pursuant to our Personal data security and management charter, we keep this information under strict security conditions and in accordance with time limitations proportional to the purposes for which the data was provided.

Some information requested in forms is mandatory and this is indicated by an asterisk. If you choose not to provide us with this information, we cannot process your request.


A cookie is a file sent by a website to your internet browser and stored on the device you used to access the internet ( your computer or smartphone, for example ).

The cookies we use do not make it possible for you to be identified directly but save information depending on how you use our website ( browsing, account access ).

Why use cookies?

The cookies used on this website are used to secure and facilitate browsing.

These cookies also enable us to analyse visits to the website and enhance security.

For security reasons, if you refuse to accept a cookie, this may prevent access to certain parts of the website.

Configuring your browser yourself to accept or refuse cookies

You can configure your browser to accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis before they are installed.

You can also regularly delete cookies via your browser's settings.

To find out how to manage your cookies and your user preferences, you can consult the help function in your browser:

Giving or refusing consent

When you visit our website, a message informs you of the use of cookies. It also tells you that by continuing to browse on our website, you accept these cookies (you can review this decision at any time by objecting to cookies). Different types of cookies are used on our website for different purposes. Some are necessary for you to use our website.

Different types of cookies

Two types of cookies can be saved in your device when visiting our website:

  1. Technical cookies are needed to browse our website, as well as to access information about our activities. Technical cookies make it possible in particular to recognise you, indicate if you have moved to a certain page and therefore improve ease of browsing: adapting the website's presentation to your device's display preferences ( language used, display resolution ) and, if applicable, remembering passwords and other information relating to a form that you have filled in on the website. If these cookies are disabled or configured, you will no longer be able to access the website and/or its services.
  2. Audience measurement cookies are issued by us or our technical service providers to measure the audience for various contents and sections of our website, in order to evaluate and better organise them. These cookies also allow, if applicable, for browser issues to be detected and therefore make our services more user-friendly. These cookies only produce anonymous statistics and visitor volumes, excluding any personal information. The life of these audience measurement cookies does not exceed 13 months.