See "life insurance policy".
Passbook accounts, savings accounts and schemes: company savings scheme (PEE), Livret A, Livret de développement durable (LDD), home ownership savings scheme (PEL), home ownership savings account (CEL), savings scheme for young people, share savings plan (PEA), share savings plan aimed at financing small- and medium-sized enterprises and mid-caps (PEA PME-ETI), Passbook savings account for low-income households, tax-friendly long-term savings account, etc.
Anyone who has reason to be believe they are a beneficiary of dormant sums transferred by the financial institutions to Caisse des Dépôts can enter a search on Ciclade.fr. If their search yields results, the claimant must create a personal account to continue with his or her claim.
Account into which any security can be deposited (shares, bonds, equity warrants, fees, etc.) held by the account holder.
A SEPA transfer is a transfer in Euros which is able to move funds both within France and throughout all of the countries in the Singe Euro Payments Area.
To make SEPA transfers and payments, you must use the new bank details in the IBAN and BIC format. These codes have already been around for several years on the bank statements provided by your bank.
The following are members of the SEPA:
- The 28 member States of the European Union;
- The four member States of the European Free Trade Association: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland;
- The Principality of Monaco and the Republic of San Marino.
In terms of France, the overseas départements and regions (Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, Reunion and Mayotte), as well as the territories of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Saint-Barthélemy and the French part of San Marino are part of the SEPA.
The PEA allows for a portfolio of shares to be acquired while benefiting, under certain conditions (such as keeping the shares for at least five years), from tax exemption on dividends and capital gains. Making up the PEA is a securities account and a cash account.
Complementary to the share savings plan, the PEA PME-ETI is aimed at facilitating the financing of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and mid-caps, both listed and unlisted.
See "current account".
Under the "Eckert" Act of 13 June 2014, sums from dormant accounts and unclaimed life insurance policies that have reached the statutory dormancy periods by 1 January 2016 to be transferred to Caisse des Dépôts by the financial institutions.
Stocks of dormant assets were transferred to Caisse des Dépôts between 1 July 2016 and 31 December 2016. Sums that have lain dormant for 30 years or longer have been transferred by the financial institutions to the State directly.
See "thirty-year forfeiture period".