Doing Business on the Côte d'Azur
Steps to create a foreign invested company
If the activity is handled by a foreign legal entity
The legal person is an entity usually formed by a group of natural persons with their own legal capacity. Contrary to the natural person, the legal person has rights and duties.
Depending on its goal when coming to France, the foreign legal entity that wants to set up on the Côte d’Azur can choose between several legal forms : a liaison office, a branch or a subsidiary.
When the foreign legal entity does not have a commercial activity and focuses on research or on providing technical or pricing information, they can open a liaison office.
Yet, when a foreign legal entity plans on developing commercial activities, there are two options:
- The subsidiary: Company under the French Law with its own legal capacity. More than half of its capital must be held by the parent company. Its legal form is subject to the French Law.
- The branch: An establishment without legal capacity. Branches are business assets separate from the main company with a certain degree of management and management autonomy but not at the level of its assets.
Registering a foreign invested company
Formalities to set up a stable company (or branch)
Do you wish to register the company on the Côte d’Azur which has its headquarters abroad? If so, you will need to fulfill several formalities with the “CFE – Centre des Formalités des Entreprises”. Those procedures can vary depending on the legal form of your business, the number of hired employees and the type of activities operated.
If you are a shopkeeper or wish to create a trading company (SARL, SA, SAS, EURL, SNC, etc.), not engaged in craft business, unless it employs more than 10 employees, you will have to go through the services of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for your registration.
If you are an employer, you will need to make a certain number of declarations to the relevant fiscal and social organisms regarding your employees. Those declarations are important and will help the appropriate organisms to determine the rights of your employees as well as the contribution rates of the company.
To know more about the different social declarations:
In connection with the activity of your company and the profits generated, you will have to take a number of tax declarations with the French tax and social organizations.
To know more about the different fiscal declarations:
Taxation and accounting: Help and advice
In France, all companies must keep an accounting. The accounting can be done internally or use an accounting firm if it does not have the means nor the capacity to deal with it alone. If the accounting is carried out by a third person, it must be be registered with the Order of Accountants.
Sometimes, French taxation and accounting can be complex and entail interrogations. Find out more below to simplify your future procedures.
Finding the accurate location and premises for your business is an essential step to set up and launch your activities on the Côte d’Azur in the best conditions.
4 times cheaper than Paris and 7 seven times cheaper than London, the Azurean offer in terms of premises is a great asset to come set up in the area. The rental prices in the two main business parks (Nice Côte d’Azur Metropole and Sophia-Antipolis) are the following:
Rental price range sqm/year/excluding tax and charges
- Sophia Antipolis : 225€ high range and 200€ low range for new or redesigned premises,
190€ high range and 120€ low range for second-hand premises.
- Nice Côte d’Azur Metropole: 250€ high range and 190€ low range for new or redesigned premises, 190€ high range and 140€ low range for second-hand premises.
Acquisition price range sqm/year/excluding tax and charges
- Sophia Antipolis : 3.000€ high range and 2.900€ low range for new or redesigned premises, 2.300€ high range or 1.600€ low range for second-hand premises.
- Nice Côte d’Azur Metropole : 3.200€ high range or 2.800€ low range for new or redesigned premises, 2.400€ high range and 1.800€ low range for second-hand premises.
Premises in the azurean business hubs and technopoles
There are three main business hubs on the Côte d’Azur, which offer great real estate opportunities to set up your future premises: Nice Méridia, Nice Grand Arénas, and Sophia-Antipolis.
Nice Méridia is an urban technopole located at the heart of the OIN of the Eco-Vallée. It is renowned for its diversity in offices, shops, and accommodations, and seen as a real living space. In the future, the neighborhood will totalize 58,000 sqm of offices. Nice Meridia is also very close to the Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (5 minutes away), and the Nice Saint-Augustin train station (5 minutes away). It benefits from a straight access to the A8 highway, and the T3 tramway line. Many iconic buildings are in Nice Méridia or planning on being built there, such as the Joia Meridia (73,500sqm with 2,580sqm offices), the Palazzo Meridia (7,900sqm of offices), and The Crown (11,105sqm of offices).
Nice Grand Arénas
Grand Arénas is an international business hub at the West of Nice. It benefits from close proximity to the Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (5 minutes away), the Nice Saint-Augustin train station (5 minutes away), and direct access to the A8 highway. It is served by many buses, and the T2 tramway line of Nice. Many iconic buildings are located or planning on being built there, such as the Connexio (11,500sqm of offices), Air Promenade (25,000sqm with offices), and Unity (20,500sqm with offices).
Sophia Antipolis is an internationally renowned technopole located in the heart of a natural park. It owns the largest surface of offices on the Côte d’Azur. Sophia Antipolis is only 20 minutes away by car from the Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, and benefits from straight access to the A8 highway. A lot of iconic buildings are already set up there, and new ones are going to be built or redesigned. The most important buildings include Centrium (13,500sqm of offices), Sky Sophia (9,500sqm of offices), and Garden Space (8,200sqm of offices). By 2030, close to 500,000sqm of additional surface will be added to the current 1.4million sqm.
Co-working spaces/business centers on the Côte d’Azur
As they quickly developed over the past years, many co-working spaces set up across the Côte d’Azur.
In total, there were 127 co-working spaces in the South Region in 2018, which represents 8% of the national French park. The largest Azurean cities hosting co-working spaces and business centers include Cannes, Villeneuve-Loubet, Vence, Cagnes-sur-Mer, and Nice. Together, they hold the highest concentration rate of the Côte d’Azur. The technopole of Sophia Antipolis also welcomes co-working spaces and business centers.
Find out more about the different co-working spaces and business centers available in the region.
Startups: business incubators, hotels and accelerators on the côte d’azur
The Côte d’Azur received the French Tech label and welcomes more than fifteen business accelerators, hotels and incubators. The region offers a stimulating environment, which is perfectly adapted to the creation and development of your startup, regardless of its development stage and field of activity.
Is your startup being created or was it created recently? Do you need assistance ? The incubators of the Côte d’Azur welcome and guide your newly created business through the first steps of your project : business model analysis, search for funding, access to certain strategic tools…
A lot of incubators are located in the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropole: the CEEI (general incubator created by the Metropole), the “centre 27 Delvalle” (supporting startups working in the Health sector), Le Mas (incubator of Nice Matin working for local startups), as well as the incubator of the EDHEC (supporting the projects of its own students). In addition to being set up in Valbonne and Toulon, the incubator PACA-EST opened another branch in the premises of the CEEI in Nice.
Several business incubators are also set up in Sophia Antipolis. The largest incubator is PACA-EST, which mainly supports innovating projects. There is also the incubator of SKEMA Business School dedicated to the school’s alumnis, and the Paris Tech incubator supporting startups specializing in Digital activities.
As part of the creation of the Imagery Technopole, Cannes also set up a business incubator for creative startups, which are directly linked to the businesses of Imagery and New Technologies.
The city of Grasse has its own incubator, which supports startups specializing in the Flavor and Cosmetics fields in priority. It also supports startups working in the Health, Microelectronics and Biochemistry sectors. A business hotel “Grasse Biotech” is also available in Grasse, and mainly focuses on Biotechnologies, Chemistry, Health and Cosmetics.
Business accelerators are programs intended to help startups boost their growth through measures such as funding, legal, and accounting assistance, business accommodation, and training or support from a trained entrepreneur.
The missions of business accelerators are close to the incubators’. The difference lies in the increased mentoring from entrepreneurs or Business Angels. Businesses hosted in accelerators are usually specializing in the Digital or Mobile industries and seeking to raise funds quickly.
The city of Nice hosts the business accelerator of Allianz within the Stadium of Allianz Arena.
This accelerator supports startups specializing in Big Data, Collaborative Economy, Internet of Things, Insurtech and e-Travel in priority.
The technopole Sophia Antipolis hosts one of the many Villages by CA, a network of business accelerators developed by the Crédit Agricole. Le Village by CA supports companies working in different sectors such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Cybersecurity.
The Principality of Monaco launched its own business incubator-accelerator with MonacoTech in 2017. Hosting more than ten companies, it focuses on different sectors such as Energy, Health, Sailing, and Online Storage Solutions.
Commercial, professional or mixed leases? Administrative domiciliation or exercise of the activity? Do you face legal aspects concerning your premises or the property management of your business site? We try to best answer your questions, whether you are a tenant or buyer of your premises. Start with “The practical guide for entrepreneurs” from BPI France
Connecting to the local ecosystem
The Côte d’Azur is experiencing a very strong growth of foreign direct investment in its territory, according to a profile of investment-oriented to services, R & D and new technologies.
As a leading region in the fields of research and innovation, the Côte d’Azur offers companies an exceptional potential thanks to a constantly growing pool of expertise, research laboratories of excellence, and professional networks that promote cross-fertilization between companies and universities, SMEs and key accounts, public research and R & D centers.
Among the sectors of excellence:
The decision-making centers of the tourism industries find exceptional hospitality conditions on the French Riviera, and a strategic point of anchorage both technologically and geographically. After the Paris region, the Côte d’Azur is the first destination for international business and leisure tourism, it welcomes more than 13 million tourists each year of which 16% are business trips or 130,000 delegates. This excellence in business and leisure tourism, coupled with a high level of expertise in ICTs, makes the Côte d’Azur a favorite area to develop new uses and new services, in e-tourism, but also in the fields of logistics or boating.
The quality of the Research environment is one of the many great assets of the Côte d’Azur business ecosystem. Today, there are 47 Research labs (INRIA, CNRS, INSERM, INRA, CRD etc.) in the region. More than 4,200 people from the Université Côte d’Azur are specializing in Research and working in A or A+ labs.
The quality of Research and Education of the Côte d’Azur was praised in 2016. The region received the IDEX label, which is granted by the Government as part of the Investment Program for the Future (“Programme d’Investissement d’Avenir”). This label positions the Université Côte d’Azur as a worldwide leading player. It also allows the University to invest 58M€ in Higher Education and Research in the region for 4 years.
INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée
The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control INRIA is a public Research institute specializing in Computing Sciences and Mathematics. INRIA has several branches, including one in Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée.
The branch of Sophia Antipolis progressively expanded beyond the borders of the Côte d’Azur and opened sites in Bologna, Montpellier and Athens. More than 450 researchers and people specializing in Research activities are working for INRIA Sophia Antipolis. They are spread in 33 Research teams, 27 of which are based in Nice Sophia Antipolis. INRIA built many partnerships with different universities (UCA, Bologna, Montpellier), and other Research structures (INRIA, CNRS, etc.) to train mixed Research units (I3S, IBV, LIRMM, and LIAD).
The French National Institute for Health and Medical Research (INSERM) is a public Research institute specializing in the Health sector. INSERM has 4 Research units on the Côte d’Azur:
- Sophia Antipolis
- The Mediterranean Centre for Molecular Medicine (« Centre Méditerranéen de Médecine Moléculaire (C3M) ») is based in the Hospital of l’Archet in Nice and run in cooperation with the University Côte d’Azur
- The French Research Institute for Cancer and Aging (« Institut de recherche sur le cancer et le vieillissement (IRCAN) ») is based at the Pasteur Medicine University campus of Nice and run in cooperation with the CNRS and the University Côte d’Azur
- The Valrose Biology Institute (iBV) is based in the Valrose Sciences University campus of Nice and run in cooperation with the CRNS and the University Côte D’Azur.
The French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) is a public Research institute specializing in different scientific fields. The Côte d’Azur delegation of the CNRS covers the Alpes-Maritimes and the Var departments. 28 research units are part of this delegation and specializing in sectors such as Biology, Mathematics, Ecology, Environment, Chemistry, Human and Social Sciences, Earth and Universe Sciences, Physics, Engineering, Systems, and Information Sciences.
Several Research units are led in cooperation with other Azurean Research structures such as the INSERM and the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.
Other Research structures set up on the Côte d’Azur. Find out more about them and the Azurean Research industry below.
Networks, clusters and competitiveness clusters
Clusters and Competitiveness Clusters are groups of stakeholders from the local economic environment. They bring activities together to create local dynamics and reach new markets. They also provide companies with support and R&D up until the marketing of their products and services.
Other accompaniment measures include the access to advice and skills during the different development stages of the company, funding assistance, globalization support, etc. The Côte d’Azur hosts 8 state-approved competitiveness clusters, as well as many clusters specializing in local key industries.
The Capénergies Competitiveness Cluster is specializing in the Energy sector. Its main objectives are supporting the energetic transition and creating an Energy industry of excellence.
Today, more than 500 members joined the Capénergies Cluster in the South Region and in Corsica.
To learn more about the Capénergies Cluster:
The « SAFE » Cluster is specializing in Security and Risk Management Solutions, as well as in new Aerospace and Technology Solutions for Defense. Today, more than 450 members joined the SAFE Cluster in the South Region.
To learn more about the SAFE Cluster :
Pôle Mer Méditerranée
The « Pôle Mer Méditerranée » (Mediterranean Sea Cluster) is specializing in the Water sector and aims at developing a sustainable maritime and coastal economy in the Mediterranean area. Its measures include the protection of the fauna and flora, and the different maritime infrastructures, as well as the management of maritime and mining resources.
Today, more than 420 members joined this cluster in the South Region, in Corsica, and in Occitania.
To learn more about the « Pôle Mer Méditerranée » :
The « Pôle Solutions Communicantes Sécurités – SCS » (Secured Communicating Solutions Cluster) is specializing in Digital Technologies, especially the following: Microelectronics, Internet of Things, Digital Security, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. Today, more than 320 members joined the SCS Cluster
in the South Region.
To learn more about the SCS cluster:
The Eurobiomed Cluster is supporting the development and commercialization of the Health and Fundamental Research industries in the South of France. Today, more than 270 members joined the Eurobiomed Cluster in the South Region and in Occitania.
The Aqua Valley Cluster is specializing in all jobs related to the Water sector and is a co-founder of “France Water Team”, an international brand that combines three French competitiveness clusters working in the water industry. Today, more than 250 members joined the Aqua Valley Cluster in the South Region and in Occitania.
The Optitec Cluster is specializing in the sectors of Deep Techs in Photonic and Imagery for the following fields: Security/Defense and large scientific instruments, Health and Life Sciences, Manufacturing of the Future, Smart City and Automotive, and Precision Agriculture. Today,more than 220 members joined the Optitec Cluster in the South Region and in Occitania.
Pôle Terralia PASS
The POLE TERRALIA PASS cluster is specializing in the Flavors industry and relies on the expertise and richness of companies in the Grasse area. More than 160 members joined the POLE TERRALIA PASS Cluster in the South Region.
Since 2019, the POLE TERRALIA PASS Cluster is associated to the Terralia Cluster. Together, they created the ABEN Cluster which is specializing in the Food, Well-being and Natural Products fields. More than 450 members joined the ABEN Cluster in the South Region, in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region, and in Occitania.
The “Cluster IA” (Artificial Intelligence Cluster) is a group of stakeholders supporting the economic development of Artificial Intelligence on the Côte d’Azur by bringing together different local players around joint projects. It aims at promoting the Azurean AI ecosystem on a national and international level. Today, some thirty members joined the Cluster IA.
Smart Vehicles Côte d’Azur
The Smart Vehicle Côte d’Azur initiative is a business community supporting the development of new mobility solutions in the Azurean region. Large industrial groups, startups, and institutional establishments are part of this initiative. The Smart Vehicle Côte d’Azur aims at creating synergies between the different local stakeholders and placing Sophia Antipolis and the Côte d’Azur as leading European territories for new mobility solutions. Today, some forty members joined the initiative in the Alpes-Maritimes.
Assistance and useful contacts
Do you wish to set up your business on the Côte d’Azur and need assistance to discover and connect to the relevant local community?
Are you already set up on the Côte d’Azur and wishing to be better connected to the local community?
Réseaux, clusters et pôles de compétitivité
Regroupement d’acteurs de l’écosystème économique local, les clusters et pôles de compétitivité fédèrent les activités afin de créer des dynamiques locales et d’atteindre des nouveaux marchés. Ils offrent également aux entreprises un accompagnement, de la R&D jusqu’à la commercialisation de leurs produits et services. On retrouve, au sein de cet accompagnement, un accès à des conseils et des compétences sur les différentes étapes du développement de l’entreprise, une aide pour trouver des financements ou pour s’étendre vers l’international etc…
La Côte d’Azur se félicite d’héberger sur son territoire, 8 pôles de compétitivité labellisés par l’état français et de nombreux clusters, positionnés sur des filières stratégiques locales.
Le Pôle de Compétitivité Capénergies se positionne sur le secteur des énergies faisant de la transition énergétique et de la création d’une filière énergétique d’excellence ses objectifs principaux. Aujourd’hui le pôle Capénergies comptabilise plus de 500 membres à travers la Région Sud et la Corse.
Afin d’en savoir plus sur le Pôle Capénergies :
Le Pôle Safe Cluster se positionne sur les domaines des solutions de sécurité et de management des risques, des nouveaux usages aérospatiaux et technologies de défense. Aujourd’hui, le pôle Safe Cluster comptabilise plus de 450 membres au sein la Région Sud.
Afin d’en savoir plus sur le Pôle Safe Clusters :
Pôle Mer Méditerranée
Le pôle Mer Méditerranée se positionne sur la filière de l’eau et a pour objectif de développer durablement l’économie maritime et littorale au niveau de la Méditerranée, que ce soit dans la préservation de la faune et la flore, les différentes infrastructures maritimes ou encore la gestion des ressources maritimes et minières. Aujourd’hui, le pôle comptabilise plus de 420 membres à travers la Région Sud, la Corse et l’Occitanie.
Afin d’en savoir plus sur le Pôle Mer Méditerranée :
Le Pôle Solutions Communicantes Sécurités (SCS) se positionne sur la filière des technologies du numérique et plus particulièrement quatre : la microélectronique, l’internet des objets, la sécurité numérique et l’intelligence artificiel et les big datas. Aujourd’hui, le pôle SCS comptabilise plus de 320 membres au sein de la Région Sud.
Afin d’en savoir plus sur le Pôle SCS :
Le Pôle Eurobiomed œuvre pour permettre à la filière santé de se développer, de la recherche fondamentale jusqu’au marché, dans le sud de la France. Aujourd’hui, le pôle Eurobiomed comptabilise plus de 270 membres à travers la Région Sud et l’Occitanie
Le Pôle Aqua Valley œuvre pour la promotion de l’ensemble des métiers de la filière de l’eau et se présente comme un des co-fondateurs de « France Water Team », une marque internationale regroupant trois pôles de compétitivité français directement impliqués dans les métiers de la filière de l’eau. Aujourd’hui, le pôle Aqua Valley comptabilise plus de 250 adhérents à travers la Région Sud et l’Occitanie.
Le Pôle Optitec se positionne sur les secteurs des deep techs en photonique et imagerie, appliqués dans 5 domaines d’activités : Sécurité/défense et grands instruments scientifiques, santé et sciences du vivant, industrie du futur, ville et mobilité intelligentes et agriculture de précision. Aujourd’hui, le pôle Optitec comptabilise plus de 220 adhérents à travers la Région Sud et l’Occitanie.
Le Pôle TERRALIA-PASS se positionne sur la filière aromatique en s’appuyant notamment sur l’expertise et la richesse d’entreprises présentes sur le bassin de Grasse. Il comptabilise plus de 160 adhérents au sein de la Région Sud.
Depuis 2019, le Pôle TERRALIA-PASS s’est associé avec le pôle Terralia afin de former le Pôle ABEN, spécialisé dans les filières de l’alimentation, du bien-être et des produits naturels. Le pôle ABEN comptabilise plus de 450 membres à travers la Région Auvergne Rhônes-Alpes, la Région Sud et l’Occitanie.
Le Cluster IA se présente comme un écosystème d’acteurs œuvrant pour le développement économique de l’Intelligence Artificielle (IA) sur la Côte d’Azur en fédérant les différents acteurs azuréens autour de projets communs. Il vise à promouvoir l’écosystème azuréen sur le plan national et international. Aujourd’hui, le Cluster IA comptabilise une trentaine d’adhérents.
Smart Vehicles Côte d’Azur
L’initiative Smart Vehicles Côte d’Azur se présente comme un écosystème d’affaires favorisant le développement des nouvelles mobilités sur le territoire azuréen. Composée de grands groupes, de startups, et d’établissements institutionnels, l’initiative veut créer des synergies entre les différents acteurs locaux afin de faire de Sophia Antipolis et de la Côte d’Azur, un territoire leader en Europe en matière de nouvelles mobilités. Aujourd’hui, l’initiative comptabilise une quarantaine d’adhérents au niveau des Alpes-Maritimes.
Accompagnement et contacts utiles
Vous envisagez de localiser votre entreprise sur la Côte d’Azur et avez besoin d’un accompagnement pour découvrir et vous connecter à l’écosystème local dans votre secteur.
Vous êtes déjà implanté sur la Côte d’Azur et souhaitez être mieux connecté à l’écosystème local
Public programs to support the creation of companies
In France, entrepreneurs can benefit from many public programs to help start a business. These programs, provided by the public authorities, also concern business buyers.
New support for the creation or the takeover of business (NACRE), Support contract for the business project (CAPE) or help with the recovery or the creation of a business, we invite you to take knowledge of the different existing programs.
Financing your R&D
There are several grants in France to finance the R & D of your company. Among these grants, we find the Research Tax Credit and the status of Young Innovative or University enterprise.
The Research Tax Credit (Crédit Impôt Recherche) (CIR) is a measure of financing the research and development activities of existing companies in France. Find out about all the information available around the CIR for your company, such as the activities involved, how to benefit from them or the various CIR rates.
The status of Young Innovative (Jeune Entreprise Innovante – JEI) or University Enterprise (Jeune Entreprise Universitaire – JEU) offers tax and social exemptions under certain conditions. To benefit from these exemptions, companies must notably be SMEs less than 8 years old, be independent and have R & D expenses up to a minimum of “ 15% of the tax-deductible expenses for this financial year, excluding expenses engaged with other JEIs carrying out research and development projects.” (See https://www.service-public.fr).
We invite you to read the other help available below:
Finance your concept
Do you want to start a business and are you wondering about the different financing methods for your concept?
The financing chain of a company is materialized by a relatively traditional scheme.
She is initiated by self-financing and Love Money, that is to say the financing by relatives, friends and family. We also find competitions, prizes and loans of honor in the first phases of financing. Depending on the growth of the company, different methods of financing will come to you.
In the incubation phase, funding comes primarily from incubators, public funds and accelerators. Business Angels and crowdfunding sites are generally the means of financing that is identified between the incubation and start-up phases of the business. Seed funds are financing solutions for the business in the seed and start-up phases and will be monitored by the venture capital funds for the growth phase.
Business Angels, BPI France, public aid, venture capital funds … we invite you to discover the various financing solutions that come your way.
Financing & regional aid
Network initiative (Réseau Initiative)
The initiative network is a decentralized network containing 230 local associations in France accompanying entrepreneurs in their creation / takeover of businesses. About twenty network initiative associations are locally located within the Southern Region.
These associations offer human support and financial support to entrepreneurs to finance their project. They work to reinforce the capital of the creators / buyers with loans of honor (Rate 0%, without guarantee).
Enterprise Investment Fund of the Region
The Regional Enterprise Investment Fund (Fonds d’Investissement pour les Entreprises de la Région – FIER) is a fund set up by the South Region to provide entrepreneurs with tools for financing their projects. Among the tools that can be found in the FIER include:
- Seed fund up to € 2 million
- The investment fund for SMEs, which involves participating loans of € 15,000 up to € 200,000 or acquisition of equity or convertible bonds of € 200,000 up to € 2 million.
- The TTPE fund for small businesses with less than 10 employees with more than 2 years of existence resulting in loans of up to € 10,000.
The PARGEST fund is a fund set up for the financing of SCOPs (Société Coopératives et Participatives – Cooperative and Participative Companies) and SCICs (Société Coopérative d’Intérêt Collectif – Cooperative Interest Societies) in the South Region, which respond to the capital needs of companies in the creation, development or shifting phases.
Other aid from the Region Sud
The Region Sud also supports the creation of businesses through other forms of financing and regional aid.
Nearly 470 regional public financial aid schemes exist, covering financial needs in business creation and takeover, innovation, export, eco-development, financial management, material, immaterial and real estate investments. employment and training, business development and transmission.
Discover the help available according to your needs in financing directly on the portal of the Region SUD Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur.
The various international banks established on the Riviera territory can present themselves as solutions to finance your project. Means of financing more difficult to access, especially when you are an innovative company, the bank loan remains a solution at your disposal.
We invite you to discover the banks that can provide you with financing on the Côte d’Azur.