Guaranteed personalised support
To be able to focus on their public interest activities, social agencies need a flexible banking partner on hand, able to offer them tailor-made support.
At BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg, we assign you a single contact person. Dedicated to social agencies, your very own expert is here to answer all of your questions, helping you with all of your daily banking operations.
Banking products that suit your needs
As a socially responsible bank, BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg works with you by offering you banking services perfectly suited to your business. Your advisor can help you see through your plans, upgrade your business practices or enhance your performance.
They are here to help you with every single one of your requirements:
- The management, streamlining and optimisation of day-to-day banking,
- Ad hoc cash requirements,
- Lease agreements, etc.
An extensive global network at your fingertips
Although most social agencies are based in Luxembourg, others operate in the four corners of the world.
With strong roots in the European financial sector, BNP Paribas has positioned itself as a leading bank in the eurozone and as a top-tier global bank.
Operating in 73 countries, the BNP Paribas Group is the ideal partner for international organisations in need of expert advice.
Tax deductibility varies based on the personal situation of each client and is subject to change.
Did you know? CSR: innovating for a more sustainable world
At BGL BNP Paribas, our CSR commitments address the strategic challenges of our time and the expectations of all our stakeholders: our staff, clients, shareholders and society as a whole. Today, we offer an extensive, global range of sustainable services in the fields of education, financial inclusion and entrepreneurship.
Frequently asked questions about social organisations:
Social agencies are granted “public interest” status either by the Luxembourg Ministry of Justice, or by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MAEE), or recognised as such by a specific law. They are often non-profit organisations, foundations or non-governmental development organisations (NGDO) working to promote one or more social initiatives.
Gifts and donations made to these organisations are tax-deductible as “special expenses” for donors.