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identity
Peugeot Invest is an investment company relying upon its industrial history, experienced professionals and solid governance to support its shareholdings.

Created in 1929, Peugeot Invest became Stellantis' reference shareholder in 1966 and has pursued a policy of sector and geographical diversification since 2002.

As a committed shareholder, Peugeot Invest encourages its direct and indirect investments to progress in the areas of governance, social and environmental protection.

history

A 200-year industrial history
Peugeot Invest is one of the main shareholders of Stellantis. Drawing on its industrial experience, it has developed an investment activity in diversified assets, mainly composed of direct minority stakes, private equity vehicles, co-investments and real estate.
Peugeot Invest History 1
Peugeot Invest History 2
Peugeot Invest History 2
Peugeot Invest History 2
Peugeot Invest History 2

1810

The Peugeot brothers create their first industrial mechanical activity in the county of Doubs.

1890

1890 First Peugeot petrol car.

1929

Creation of the Foncière, Financière et de Participations - FFP company.

1966

Reorganisation of the family group companies, FFP becomes the main shareholder of Peugeot SA.

1989


FFP lists on the Nancy Stock Exchange.

1996

FFP becomes a shareholder of Compagnie Industrielle de Delle, the leading shareholder of LISI.

1997

Investment in the Société du Louvre - Louvre group.

2002

FFP acquires a stake in groupe Taittinger and buys 5% of the capital of LISI.

2004

FFP invests in SEB, Linedata Services and in the Spanish company Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas SA.

2005

Alongside the founding family shareholders and CNP, FFP sells its interests in the Société du Louvre and the Taittinger group.

2006

FFP participates in the consortium to acquire the motorway network Sanef, brings its Charenton building to Immobilière Dassault, acquires Château Guiraud and becomes a shareholder of IDI and Zodiac Aerospace.

2007

FFP acquires a stake in the group's holding company ONET and strengthens its position in Zodiac Aerospace and in IDI.

2008

FFP enters the capital of DKSH. With other partners, FFP creates IDI Emerging Markets.

2009

FFP, as the 1st shareholder of Peugeot SA, supports its refinancing.

2010

FFP sells its indirect stake in FCC and adjusts its positions in Zodiac Aerospace, SEB and in OCEANE PSA.

2011

FFP takes a stake in the capital of ORPEA and acquires a stake in LT Participations, the reference shareholder of Ipsos. FFP arbitrates its OCEANE PSA for Peugeot SA shares .

2012

FFP supports Peugeot SA and subscribes to its capital increase. FFP sells 35% of its stake in DKSH and most of its shares Linedata Services.

2013

FFP sells 0.8% of the share capital of DKSH and the remainder of its Linedata shares . FFP joins forces with Louis Dreyfus Armateurs for the operation of bulk carriers (LDAP).

2014

FFP signs an agreement governing the acquisition of a stake in the Peugeot SA group by Dongfeng Motor and the French State and subscribes to the capital increase. FFP invests in CIEL and IHS. FFP sells part of its shares Zodiac Aerospace.

2015

FFP acquires an additional 1.2% of the capital of Zodiac Aerospace and enters into Eren. FFP organizes its partial exit from the capital of ONET and monetizes the share warrants Peugeot SA.

2016

FFP invests in Tikehau Capital and Tikehau Capital Advisors. FFP invests in real estate projects in the United States and Paris, and co-invests in Roompot. FFP committs to investing alongside JAB Holding.

2017

FFP invests in SPIE and sells its shareholdings in Sanef, ONET and Ipsos. FFP is making 5 co-investments (JAB, Lineage, AmaWaterways, Ciprès, Capsa). FFP supports the acquisition of Opel/Vauxhall by the Groupe PSA.

2018

FFP tendered its shares Zodiac Aerospace to Safran and sold 0.85% of the capital of ORPEA. FFP is making new co-investments alongside JAB Holding and ArchiMed, and in Big Bottling Company and Asmodee.

2019

FFP supports the proposed merger between PSA Group and FCA. FFP sells its stake in DKSH and invests in SIGNA Prime Selection, doubling its exposure to real-estate. FFP invests in Acteon and further commits alongside JAB Holding.

2020

Peugeot Invest purchases a further 2% stake in PSA Group and reaffirms its support for the merger with FCA. The company sells a 1% stake in SEB and enters into a forward agreement to sell 1.1 million shares in Safran. Peugeot Invest makes three new co-investments (LivSpace, Jian...)

2021

Groupe PSA et FCA fusionnent pour donner naissance à Stellantis. Peugeot Invest entre au capital d’International SOS et de Signa Development Selection et effectue de nouveaux co-investissements dans Ÿnsect, Causeway, Venturi et Maikailai. Peugeot Invest cède la majeure partie de ses titres Safran et Financière Guiraud ainsi que sa participation dans l’IDI.

strategy

Philosophy & investment strategy

Our investment philosophy

Our investment philosophy
A specific DNA a professional investor with family values, attached to its industrial history An active minority investor involved in governance structures A responsible shareholder A consistent investment strategy over time A solid and long- term shareholder able to support and finance the development of its investee companies over time

A reference shareholder of Stellantis, our historical asset.

As a majority shareholder of Peugeot Invest, the Peugeot family is at the origin of Stellantis and has always been an active supporter. In particular, the company participated in the 2012 and 2014 capital increases.
Peugeot Invest participates in Stellantis' governance through representation on governance bodies.

Logo Stellantis (prev. PSA Group)
7.2 %
of capital
Since 1890

A long-term and active minority investor.

Investment 1
Investment 2
Investment 3
Real estate

For Peugeot Invest, being a long-term investor means actively and constantly supporting companies in their growth.

  • A specific DNA from its entrepreneurial and family history

  • An active minority investor, who supports the management teams and participates in the various decision-making bodies, ensuring that best governance practices are applied

  • A committed partner, who implements a coherent strategy over time

  • A long-term shareholder, who invests in equity without any restriction on the rotation of invested capital

  • A responsible shareholder, encouraging its shareholdings to make progress in the areas of governance, social/societal and environmental issues

teams

Peugeot Invest management & teams
In the past 15 years, Peugeot Invest has grown to form a team of experienced professionals in France and the UK.

The team members have diverse and complementary profiles. This variety of profiles enables Peugeot Invest to capitalise on all their experience and expertise across asset classes and to source investment opportunities.

The agility and responsiveness of its teams, combined with a common vision and shared values, make Peugeot Invest a recognised partner in the investment world.

governance

Board of Directors and Committees
The Board of Directors determines the orientations of the company's activity and ensures their implementation.
Articles of association
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Internal rules
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The rules relating to the work of the Board of Directors are laid down by law, the Articles of Association and the Internal Regulations of FFP and the Code of Ethics for the Stock Exchange. Peugeot Invest applies the AFEP-MEDEF code.

The Board has three permanent committees: the Governance, Nominations and Remuneration Committee, the Investments and Participations Committee and the Finance and Audit Committee.

The Board is made of 14 directors including 9 directors representing the family group and 5 independent directors, as well as an observer. 50% of the Board of Directors are women.

Peugeot Invest is a member of Afep, French association of private enterprises, and France Invest, French association of investors for growth. Its Chairman, Robert Peugeot, is a member of the Haut Comité de Gouvernement d'Entreprise (French committee working to ensure compliance with the French Afep-Medef rules and best governance practices)

CSR

Corporate Social Responsibility

We are proud to be a responsible investor who, through our values and actions, contributes to sustainable economic growth.

Based on values supporting
sustainable growth

Peugeot Invest practices that meet very strict criteria

  • exemplary governance
  • ethics
  • personal approach
  • minimum environmental footprint
  • positive contribution to society at large
  • transparent reporting

An active and responsible investment strategy

  • an approach rooted in our values
  • systematic ESG integration
  • supporting our investees’ responsible transformation

A responsible investor.

CSR 1
CSR 2

Peugeot Invest is convinced that taking into account environmental, social and governance factors is a source of opportunities, a vector for the efficiency and performance of its portfolio. As a committed shareholder, Peugeot Invest encourages its direct and indirect shareholdings to progress in the areas of governance, social/societal and environmental issues.

Supporting long-term investments.

Peugeot Invest's long-term commitment makes it a specific investor. Each investment decision is made with a long-term approach, without any restriction on the rotation of the funds invested, with an average holding period of more than 10 years for the companies in the portfolio. Dialogue with management teams, support for new acquisitions and industrial investments and innovation are part of Peugeot Invest's long-term commitments with the objective of revealing the value creation potential of each investment.

Integrate ESG into the investment life cycle.

For each investment project, the relevant ESG factors are analysed by the teams. This data is used in the same way as financial information to inform investment decisions and reduce non-financial risks.

Impact investing.

As a responsible investor, Peugeot Invest has invested since 2015 in several impact funds that combine a positive impact on society and the environment with sustainable financial performance.

We have thus forged solid, long-term partnerships with various management companies: Alter Equity, Amboise Partners, Impact Partenaires, ArchiMed, Summa Equity and Astanor Ventures.

Peugeot Invest has made a commitment to the low-carbon property development fund, Icawood.

Peugeot Invest is also invested in impact co-investments such as Arboretum and Ÿnsect.