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March 26, 2015 7:00 PM ET

Capital Markets

Company Overview of Bpifrance Participations SA

Company Overview

Fonds Stratégique d' Investissement SA is an investment arm of BPI France SA specializing in fund of funds and direct investments. For direct investments, the firm does not invest in infrastructure projects, financial services, distribution services, real estate, and non competitive activities. The firm can exceptionally consider investing directly in seed, start-ups. It prefers to take a minority stake in French intermediary sized companies with enterprise value between €100 million ($143.77 million) and €2 billion ($2.87 billion) and big sized companies. The firm prefers to take a minority stake and a board seat in its portfolio companies. For fund of funds investments, it invests in priva...

56 rue de Lille

Paris,  75007

France

Founded in 2008

Key Executives for Bpifrance Participations SA

President
Age: 48
Managing Director
Age: 58
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 49
Director and Member of Executive Committee
Age: 43
Director, Member of the Executive Committee, and Member of Supervisory Board
Age: 49
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Bpifrance Participations SA Key Developments

Orange Has Reportedly Acquired An Additional Stake In Cascadia

Orange (ENXTPA:ORA) has acquired an additional 14.6% stake in Cascadia from Bpifrance Participations SA for €5.1 million, BFM Business reported. The stake of Orange reached 48.8% after the transaction.

American Tower Reportedly Pulls Out Of TDF Sale

American Tower Corporation (NYSE:AMT) is is understood to have pulled out of the race to acquire TDF S.A.S, with first round bids due in August 2013, sources told TMT Finance. Rothschild is thought to be leading the sale process for owners TPG Capital, L.P., AXA Private Equity, Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP and Fonds Stratégique d'Investissement SA who are apparently targeting 10-11 x EBITDA, which equates to over €4 billion. Media reports said Goldman Sachs and BNP Paribas have also been advising the sellers. Also, the withdrawal of ATC leaves Arqiva Limited as one of the frontrunners, said one source, with AMP Limited (ASX: AMP) and a handful of other private equity firms noted as prospective buyers. Morgan Stanley is aligned to one of the buyers, a source told TMT Finance.

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