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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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Performance since 2008

Share performance since the IPO on 22 July 2008

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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: €7.9 bn (31 December 2016)
Capital structure

Breakdown of capital as of 31 December, 2016

SUEZ's capital is evenly divided between the different shareholders. On 31 December 2016, the Group’s strategic, long-term shareholders - ENGIE, the major shareholder, Criteria Caixa and Caltagirone - held almost 42 % of the capital, which strengthens the Group’s capacity to deploy an ambitious strategy.

Similarly, the proportion of individual shareholders, representing almost 6%, constitutes a guarantee of stability and support for SUEZ’s long-term strategy that is reinforced by the loyalty and the confidence of its employees, who hold 2.7% of the capital, a figure that is set to rise further with the launch of a new employee shareholding scheme in the second half of 2017.
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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