Eurazeo

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Eurazeo
Public Company
Traded asEuronextRF
CAC Mid 60 Component
IndustryPrivate Equity
Founded2001; 18 years ago (2001)
Headquarters1 rue Georges Berger, Paris
Key people
Michel David-Weill (Chairman of the Supervisory Board); Virginie Morgon (CEO); Philippe Audouin(Chief Financial Officer)
ProductsLeveraged buyouts, Growth capital
Revenue4,334 million (2016)
€519.7 million (2016)
Total assetsmore than €6 billion of which €1 billion third parties
Number of employees
over 100
Websitewww.eurazeo.com/en/

Eurazeo is a multinational publicly-listed private equity firm based in Paris, France. The firm was founded in 2001 via the merger of two French investment companies and is listed on the Euronext exchange under the symbol RF.[1] Eurazeo has in excess of €6 billion in assets under management.

Eurazeo has five investment divisions: Eurazeo Capital (Large and Mid-Cap Corporate Private Equity), Eurazeo Patrimoine (Real Estate Private Equity), Eurazeo PME (Small and Mid-Cap Corporate Private Equity), Eurazeo Croissance (Growth Equity), and Eurazeo Brands (Branded Consumer and Retail Private Equity).

Eurazeo has over 100 employees, with offices in Paris, New York City, Shanghai, and São Paulo.

Eurazeo is a publicly-listed global private equity firm. As of June 2017, 64.3% of Eurazeo's capital was held by public investors.[2]

In June 2017, a 15.4% stake in Eurazeo previously held by the French bank Crédit Agricole was acquired by JC Decaux Holding, the investment arm of the Decaux family.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eurazeo Company Profile on Euronext.com
  2. ^ "Eurazeo -- Shareholding Information". June 6, 2017.
  3. ^ "Prominent family group takes stake in European investment group". Family Capital. Archived from the original on 18 April 2018. Retrieved 2017-07-25.

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