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SUEZ shares

Since IPO, SUEZ’s share price has outperformed the sector-based indexes, and in particular the DJ Euro STOXX Utilities. Moreover, SUEZ emerged as a top-ranking actor in its sector, thanks to its gradual inclusion in the main extra-financial indexes, such as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSl) World & Europe.

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Share performance over the last 5 days

Performance since 2008

Share performance since the IPO on 22 July 2008

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Share data

SUEZ shares

  • ISIN:  FR 0010613471
  • Code: SEV (Paris) and SEVB (Brussels)
  • Listings: Euronext Paris (compartment A) and Euronext Brussels
  • DSS eligible
  • Indices: CAC Large 60, SBF 120, CAC All Tradable and Dow Jones Euro STOXX Utilities
  • Market value: €9.4 bn (31 December 2015)
Capital structure

Breakdown of capital as of 31 December, 2016

With a 33.6% stake, ENGIE is a long-term strategic partner and a reference shareholder of SUEZ. On the operational front, a cooperation agreement was signed in 2013 between the two groups to extend their industrial and commercial cooperation.


In exchange for the acquisition of the balance of 24.14% of the capital of Agbar, La Caixa Group entered SUEZ’s capital in 2014 with a long-term commitment. As a consequence, La Caixa Group became SUEZ’s second-largest shareholder, with a four-year non-transferability period of its securities. This operation consolidated the Group’s shareholder structure.


The proportion of individual and employee shareholders has increased regularly, and now exceeds 10% (6.6% of individual shareholders and 4.2% of employee shareholders).
Share buyback

Share buyback programme

Current share buyback programme

(See reference document below, page 137).

Weekly statements on share transactions

Liquidity contract

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