Eurazeo

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Eurazeo
Type Public Company
Traded as EuronextRF
Industry Private Equity
Founded 2001
Headquarters 8th arrondissement, Paris
Products Leveraged buyouts, Growth capital
Total assets €6 billion
Employees 26,106
Website www.eurazeo.com

Eurazeo is a French investment company, formed in the merger of Eurafrance and Azeo.[1] Its headquarters are in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.[2] The firm's strategy is to focus on growing companies operating in various markets, with a path to eventually become the chief shareholder of, or at least a significant influence on, each invested business.

With close to €6 billion in diversified assets and a market capitalization of more than €5.59 billion as of December 29, 2006, Eurazeo is one of the top listed investment companies in Europe.

Following the December 2004 announcement of its investment in Rexel and the increase of its holding in Eutelsat, investments in unlisted companies represent close to half of Eurazeo's portfolio. Other key holdings include stakes in truck rental firm Fraikin, hospitality chain B&B Hotel, and stakes in Danone and Air Liquide. Eurazeo also has real estate holdings through property management firm Ateliers de Construction du Nord de la France (ANF). Eurazeo acquired control of ANF from a unit of AXA in 2005.[3]

Head office[edit]

Head office in Paris

The head office is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, 32 rue de Monceau.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eurazeo Paris
  2. ^ "Contacts." Euroazeo. Retrieved on 8 September 2010. Map link.
  3. ^ Eurazeo Company Description

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