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Suez Environnement

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Type  Société Anonyme
Industry  Utilities
Founded  22 July 2008
Revenue  15.14 billion EUR (2015)
Traded as  Euronext: SEV
Predecessor  Gaz de France Suez
Headquarters  Paris, France
Key people  Gérard Mestrallet (Chairman), Jean-Louis Chaussade (CEO)
Stock price  SEV (EPA) € 14.51 +0.19 (+1.33%)30 Mar, 5:35 PM GMT+2 - Disclaimer
CEO  Jean-Louis Chaussade (23 Jul 2008–)
Subsidiaries  SITA, Lyonnaise des Eaux France S.A., Degrémont
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Suez Environnement S.A. is a French-based utility company which operates largely in the water treatment and waste management sectors. Formerly an operating division of Suez, the company was spun out as a stand-alone entity as part of the merger to form GDF Suez on 22 July 2008. GDF Suez remains the largest shareholder of the company with a 35% stake. Suez Environnement shares are listed on the Euronext exchanges in Paris and Brussels. The company has its head office in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.

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Financial results

Financial results in millions of euros:

The Suez Environnement 2014 financial results were released on 25 February 2015. Revenues were up almost 1,3% on the previous year. The net result Group share (profit) was reported at €417 million, EBITDA was recorded at €2,644 million, up 4.3% on the previous year.

Shareholder structure

The largest shareholder in Suez Environnement as of 31 December 2010 is GDF Suez with around 35.4%. Other major stakes are held by Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (7.1%), employees of the company (0.9%), Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (2.0%), Areva (1.4%), CNP Assurances (1.3%), and Sofina (0.8%). Some 52% of the shares are considered free float.

References

Suez Environnement Wikipedia


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