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Tikehau Capital

Tikehau Capital

The firm employs more than 740 people across 14 offices worldwide.

As at December 31, 2022

Tikehau Capital was founded in 2004 by Antoine Flamarion and Matthieu Chabran, and is an alternative asset management and investment firm with four divisions: private debt, real estate, private equity and capital market strategies.

Stake in Tikehau Capital
1.6 %
Investment date
Stake in Tikehau Capital Investment
6.3 %
Stake in Tikehau Capital
1.7 %

Peugeot Invest's investment

Peugeot Invest Assets invested €73 million in 2016 and then a further €26 million in 2017, mainly through rights issues, in both Tikehau Capital Advisors and Tikehau Capital. Peugeot Invest invested a further €25 million in Tikehau Capital Advisors in 2019. In February 2023, Peugeot Invest announced the sale of its stake in TCA to the group’s management (see section 4.3 of the Universal Registration Document).

Until that disposal, Peugeot Invest (via its wholly owned subsidiary Peugeot Invest Assets) was party to a Tikehau Capital Advisors shareholder agreement.

At 31 December 2022, Peugeot Invest (via its wholly owned subsidiary Peugeot Invest Assets) held 6.3% of Tikehau Capital Advisors. Peugeot Invest continues to own a 1.7% stake in Tikehau Capital.

The value of the Tikehau Capital Advisors stake for the purposes of Net Asset Value and the consolidated financial statements is estimated using Peugeot Invest’s policies for valuing unlisted assets.

The value of the Tikehau Capital shareholding, for the purposes of Net Asset Value and the consolidated financial statements, is based on the share price at 31 December 2022.

Peugeot Invest Assets, represented by Marie Ahmadzadeh, had a seat on TCA’s Board of Directors until February 2023, but Peugeot Invest Assets resigned as a director when it sold its stake in TCA. Robert Peugeot is chair of Tikehau Capital Advisors’ Governance Committee in his personal capacity.

In 2022

The group continued to achieve significant growth in assets under management, while also carrying out some notable divestments in its various strategies. Assets under management (AuM) totalled €38.8 billion at 31 December 2022, up 13% year-on-year. The asset management business, where AuM rose to €37.8 billion, posted operating profit of €107 million, including €97 million from commissions and representing a margin of 35% (40% in 2021). The group also strengthened its asset management teams and its platform. The investment portfolio generated €298 million of revenue. Net profit attributable to equity holders of the parent was €320 million.

Equity amounted to €3.1 billion at the end of 2022 and the group had €2.8 billion invested in its own strategies at the same date. At end-2022, the group had a gross cash position of €0.5 million and €1.5 billion of debt.

Key figures

Assets under management in 2022
38.8 bn