The new S10 terminal contributes to the digitalisation of the Louvre branch of the Caisse d’Epargne
23 May 2018
Moneyline contributes to the modernisation
of this historic branch of the Caisse d’Epargne
The new S10 terminal digitises cheque deposits
Digital terminal cheque deposits are an essential part of this “New Generation” branch. The S10’s intuitive interface has been designed to both simplify and secure the cheque deposit process.
A seamless digital experience for added customer comfort.
A branch which has been a part of French history
This coming 29 May the Caisse d’Epargne and its ‘livret A’ savings account will be celebrating their bicentenary.
The very first branch of the Caisse d’Epargne opened its doors to the public in a manor house at 19 rue du Louvre in Paris.
Baron Benjamin Delessert officially created the institution to encourage the general public to make savings. He set up the “Livret d’Epargne” (Savings Book), which has since come to be known as the “Livret A” in France. However he would have to wait until July 1818 for Louis XVIII to authorise the creation of the name “Caisse d’Epargne”.
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