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Crédit Agricole's management gives up half of bonus amid coronavirus outbreak

Crédit Agricole SA CEO Philippe Brassac and deputy CEO Xavier Musca have given up half their 2019 bonuses and will contribute the money to a new €20 million fund created by the bank to help the elderly affected by the coronavirus outbreak, the French lender said April 8.

Yves Perrier, the CEO of Amundi SA, Europe's largest fund manager controlled by Crédit Agricole, will also grant half of his 2019 bonus to the fund.