Caisse des dépôts et consignations
|Type||Public financial institution|
|Key people||Jean-Pierre Jouyet|
|Net income||-0.46 billion EUR (2012)|
|Total assets||287 billion EUR (2012)|
|Total equity||19.4 billion€ (2012)|
|Subsidiaries||CNP Assurances, Icade, Société nationale immobilière (SNI), Transdev, Compagnie des Alpes, Egis, CDC Entreprises, Qualium Investissement, FSI, CDC Arkhinéo, Société forestière, CDC Biodiversité, CDC Climat, CDC Infrastructure, Informatique CDC|
The Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (English: Deposits and Consignments Fund) is a French financial organization created in 1816, and part of the government institutions under the control of the Parliament.
Jean-Pierre Jouyet is chief executive.
The collapse of the Napoleonic empire and a long series of financial scandals and crises in the early 19th century had sapped the French economy by the time Louis XVIII took the throne. In 1816, the king formed a new French government charged with the task of rebuilding the country's economy, including eliminating its long-standing trade deficit as well as the debt incurred through war. In April that year, the government created a new body, the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, expressly to safeguard public funds, including the country's civil servants' pension funds and retirement accounts.
The following are owned 100% by the CDC:
- cdc infrastructure
- cdc climat
- cdc arkhinéo
- cdc fast
- cdc international
- Groupe SNI
- Qualium Investissement
- CDC Biodiversité
- CNP Assurances
- Egis Group
- Compagnie des Alpes
- Belambra clubs
- Informatique CDC
- Société Forestière
- France Brevets
- http://www.caissedesdepots.fr/le-groupe/qui-sommes-nous/chiffres-cles-2012.html Chiffres clés 2012
- Filiales CDC Sur le site caissedesdepots
- A unique investor and sub-pages, Caisse des Dépôts corporate website, 2009.Accessed 3 April 2011.
- "Les filiales". Retrieved 27 November 2013.
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