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Head of Arval Mobility Observatory, BNP Paribas
08.07.2022 | Mobility
BNP Paribas launches "On The Move", its first podcast series on sustainable mobility. In this first episode, Yaël Bennathan, Head of Arval Mobility Observatory, looks back at the results of the 2022 Fleet and Mobility Barometer and highlights expectations that companies address in terms of sustainable mobility.
Mobility has always been a key issue for companies, whether to facilitate travel for employees or to transport goods and merchandise. In a context of widespread awareness of the impact of transport needs on our environment, and as consequently subject to more restrictive regulations, companies are seeking to implement a more sustainable, ecological and inclusive mobility.
“On the Move” is a new podcast series that explores the mobility of people and goods. Over the course of series, BNP Paribas experts are invited to share their vision of the challenges, advances and future of mobility that aims to be more sustainable, more inclusive and more conscious of the environment.
Episode 1 is now available. Enjoy!
"This barometer is one of a kind. It’s unique because it asks company decision-makers about the evolution of their vehicle fleets. And there are very few global studies with this target that cover all these topics. That’s what’s interesting about this study, as having the voice of companies on all these aspects is crucial. Consequently, it’s aimed at the car industry in the broad sense, and it’s of interest to both specialist and general newspapers.
Mobility has many aspects: CSR aspects, environmental aspects, economic aspects, so this study is of interest to a wide range of audiences: companies, but not only. Operators in the mobility sector, be they start-ups or large groups, but also car manufacturers, and of course the ordinary citizen who is interested in these issues. So, a very broad spectrum.
For Arval, and more broadly for the BNP Paribas Group, these are interesting elements that shed light on long-term mobility trends and that feed our strategy". Yaël Bennathan
BNP Paribas already has a strong and legitimate presence in the various areas of mobility expertise, whether through its specialist subsidiaries Arval, BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions and BNP Paribas Personal Finance, but also through its commercial and investment banking platforms.
As part of its GTS 2025 plan, BNP Paribas aims to accelerate its clients' transition to sustainable mobility by putting its integrated model at their service, reinforced by a cross-functional approach to this issue. The Group can thus offer, across the entire value chain, a unique range of innovative solutions that effectively meet all their needs.
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