Neoen SA has been listed in Compartment A of the Euronext Paris market since October 2018 and communicates regularly with the financial community.
Information for shareholders
Analyst coverage :
|Javier Garrido||JP Morgan|
|Pavan Mahbubani||JP Morgan|
|Philippe Ourpatian||Oddo BHF|
|Louis Boujard||Oddo BHF|
|Emmanuel Turpin||Société Générale|
|Manuel Palomo||Exane BNP Paribas|
|Michaël Harleaux||Exane BNP Paribas|
|Juan Rodriguez||Kepler Chevreux|
The balance sheet total was almost 3.4 billion euros at end of December 2019. An increase of 32% compared to the previous year, this figure represents the investment in the group’s power plants, in operation or under construction in 2019.
Impala, a group held and managed by Jacques Veyrat and his family, supports high growth projects, essentially in five activities: Energy (with investments in Neoen, Albioma and Castleton Commodities International), Industry (with investments in Technoplus Industries, Electropoli, and Arjo Solutions), Cosmetic (with investments in P&B Group and Augustinus Bader), Brands (with investments in Pullin and Maison Lejaby), Alternative investment funds and asset management (with investments in Eiffel Investment Group, in high growth projects in China, in the development of real estate projects in Paris suburbs and a Hotel Group in Portugal). Impala is a long-term investor whose place is in supporting management and in the long-term development of the company.
The Fonds Stratégique de Participations (FSP) is a SICAV, or collective investment fund, which is registered with the French Financial Markets Authority (AMF) and which seeks to promote long-term equity investments by taking strategic stakes in French companies. The FSP’s board comprises seven insurance group shareholders (BNP Paribas Cardif, CNP Assurances, Crédit Agricole Assurances, SOGECAP (Société Générale Insurance), Groupama, Natixis Assurances et Suravenir). To date, the FSP has sept sub-funds, invested in ARKEMA, SEB, ZODIAC AEROSPACE, EUTELSAT COMMUNICATIONS, TIKEHAU CAPITAL, ELIOR GROUP and NEOEN. The FSP continues to examine other investment opportunities in French companies.
Bpifrance is the French national investment bank: it finances businesses – at every stage of their development – through loans, guarantees, equity investments and export insurance. It supports innovation and overseas expansion thanks to a wide range of products and services. Bpifrance is particularly committed to renewable energy, having invested some €2.2 million to finance energy transition. It sees companies in this sector as catalysts for French competitiveness.
Neoen's revenues in 2019 amounted to €253 million, up 22% compared to 2018. This growth, mostly organic, is mainly due to the full-year contribution of the assets commissioned in 2018 and the entry into operation of nearly 370 MW in 2019.
Neoen has been consistently profitable since 2011.
All these reports will be released after the market close.
Full-year 2020 revenue and operational highlights (Quiet period from 4 Febuary 2021 after market close)
Full-year 2020 results (Quiet period from 17 February 2021 after market close)
Capital Markets Day
First-quarter 2021 revenue and operational highlights (Quiet period from 27 April 2021 after market close)
Annual general meeting
First-half 2021 results (Quiet period from 9 July 2021 after market close)
Nine-month 2021 revenue and operational highlights (Quiet period from 26 October 2021 after market close)
Neoen SA’s financial year ends on December 31 every year.
Click to read Notice to the shareholders’ meeting published in the BALO on May 11, 2020 (French version only)
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