Company Overview of Caisse des dépôts et consignations
Caisse des dépôts et consignations, a state-owned group, invests in development projects that serve general interest and economic development of France. It centralizes and manages savings accounts, savings account dedicated to sustainable development, and savings account for non-taxable people; grants loans primarily to social housing and urban renewal sectors; and invests in financial markets, as well as in projects to support the development policies launched by local authorities and public sector actors. The company also invests in small, medium, and intermediate-sized enterprises to consolidate their equity capital, promote innovation, and support the investment capital market, as well a...
56, rue de Lille
Founded in 1816
Key Executives for Caisse des dépôts et consignations
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Group Finance Director and Member of Executive Committee
Chief Executive Officer of Cdc Climat
Chairman of the Compagnie Des Alpes and Chief Executive Officer of Compagnie Des Alpes
Chairman of the Management Board of SNI
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Caisse des dépôts et consignations Key Developments
France To Privatize Nice And Lyon Airports
Sep 7 15
Republic of France is selling 60% stake in two premium country airports Aéroports de Lyon S.A. and Aéroports De La Cote D'azur SA, commonly known as Nice airport. Lyon is estimated worth €900 million while Nice estimated worth €1.5 billion. Reuters reported, quoting sources that interested bidders for both airports include Australian investment group Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund Limited (SGX:M41), London City airport backer Global Infrastructure Partners and IFM Investors Pty Ltd. Atlantia SpA (BIT:ATL), told Reuters it is interested in Aéroports De La Cote D'azur. Ferrovial, S.A. (CATS:FER) and Aena, S.A., SATS Ltd. (SGX:S58) and Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (KLSE:AIRPORT), are also in the running, the sources said. Two further interested parties that would meet this requirement by virtue of previous airport investments are Canadian pension funds Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, the sources said. Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), GIC Pte. Ltd. and Wren House Infrastructure Management Limited are also waiting in the wings, with Nice their preferred target, two of the sources added. VINCI S.A. (ENXTPA:DG) is planning a joint bid with Caisse des dépôts et consignations and Predica Prevoyance Dialogue du Credit Agricole S.A. for both Nice and Lyon, two sources said. Aéroports de Paris Société Anonyme (ENXTPA:ADP) has also said it could now turn its attention to Nice. Bankers said that Chinese buyers could also come in to the reckoning for Lyon as it is the smaller of the two. The remaining shares in each airport are 25% owned by their respective local chambers of commerce, with 15% split between local government authorities. Bankers are currently pitching to the government to advise on the sale, which is likely to launch this year and close early in 2016, the sources said. All the potential buyers cited by the sources either declined to comment or did not respond immediately to requests for comment. The French agency that looks after state shareholdings did not respond immediately to a request for comment. Representatives of Wren House and GIC were not immediately available to comment and ADIA declined to comment.
ICE Plans Euronext's IPO
May 27 14
IntercontinentalExchange Group, Inc. (NYSE:ICE) would split off Euronext N.V. through an initial public offering in coming weeks. ICE said that before the IPO, it will sell a 33% stake in Euronext to a group of institutional investors, which include banks such as BNP Paribas SA (BUSE:BNPPARIBAS) and Caisse des dépôts et consignations. These institutional investors will get a discount to the IPO price but will commit to keep the shares for three years. ICE didn't disclose how much of a stake in Euronext it will float during the IPO or at what price. After the IPO, Euronext shares will initially trade on the stock markets in Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris. A listing will be added in Lisbon before the fourth quarter of 2014.
Caisse des dépôts et consignations Appoints Pierre-René Lemas as CEO
May 23 14
Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations appointed Pierre-René Lemas CEO after he received the approval of the finance committees of the French National Assembly and Senate. He will take office May 22.
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