Antoine Boivin-Champeaux ...
  • Aurelien Sivignon
  • Baptiste Lebacq
  • Benoit Valleaux
  • Charles Lepetitpas
  • Christophe Chaput
  • Christophe-Raphaël Ganet
  • Fatma Ayachi
  • Florent Laroche-Joubert
  • Hela Zarrouk
  • Jean-François Granjon
  • Louis Boujard, CFA
  • Michael Foundoukidis
  • Nicolas David
  • Nicolas Thorez
  • Philippe Ourpatian
  • Roland Pfaender,MBA,CFA,CCRA
  • Stephane Houri
  • Yan Derocles



Aixtron is a provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry. Co.'s technology solutions are used by customers to build components for electronic and opto-electronic applications based on compound, silicon, or organic semiconductor materials. The components are used in displays, signaling, lighting, fiber optic communication systems, wireless and mobile telephony applications, optical and electronic storage devices, computing, as well and other technologies. Co. supplies to customers both full production-scale chemical vapor deposition systems and small scale systems for research and development use.


Albioma is an independent energy producer that develops projects in the thermal biomass, solar power, and anaerobic digestion sectors. Co. provides industrial partners with expertise in energy production via hybrid combustion of biomass. In addition, Co. produces biogas by biological decomposition of organic matter in a confined oxygen-free medium, which it either converts into electricity and heat or purifies and then injects into the gas transmission network. It operates facilities on Reunion Island, Mayotte, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and French Guyana, mainland France and Southern Europe. Co. divides its operation into three segments: Thermal Biomass, Solar Power, and Anaerobic Digestion.

Amplitude Surgical

Amplitude Surgical SA. Amplitude Surgical SA is a France-based company engaged in the field of orthopedic surgeries. The Company offers the AMPLIVISION system, a computer navigation workstation and its related software, which is fully developed by the Company in collaboration with surgeons. Each implant is validated mechanically by creating models and running tests on simulators. Amplitude Surgical SAS relies on the expertise of its design offices and on scientific partnerships to internally design and develop its implants and automatic or computer-navigated instruments. It operates through ofab Orthopedie, a strategic industrial subcontractor

Balyo SA

Balyo SA. Balyo SA is a France-based company that designs robotic navigation solutions which are installed into forklifts and allow them to automatically transport pallets. The Company's apparatus is equipped with the guidance technology called Geoguidage. The Geoguidage system is installed in a module which is attached to the forklift, and allows the vehicle to calculate its position and memorize the layout of the warehouse. Its equipment allows detection of pallets, containers and dollies; stacking pallets; read barcode; towing loads; interactions with conveyors and doors, etc; scalable setting and automatic modes, among others. The Company's products are used in logistics and in industry.

Carmila SA

Carmila SA. Carmila SA, formerly Cardety SA, is a France-based company that operates in the real estate investment sector. The Company is primarily engaged in the acquisition, holding and managing of commercial real estate assets for lease. The Company's real estate assets include a supermarket under the ED brand in Forges-les-Eaux, a shopping center in Pau Lescar, a retail park in Mondeville, a shopping mall in Besancon Chalezeule, a building complex in Salaise-sur-Sanne and a business park project in Quetigny.

Claranova SA

Claranova SA, formerly Avanquest SA, is a France-based holding company engaged in the technology industry. The Company operates through three businesses including Avanquest Software, that develops, publishes and markets Personal Computer (PC) software products in several categories, including system utilities, home graphics, digital imaging and small business solutions; the PlanetArt business operates a print-on-demand platform, which features five brands covering both Website and mobile application technologies. Among its applications is FreePrints, a mobile photo printing solution for iOS and Android. The Company also operates through myDevices business, which enables enterprises to design, prototype and commercialize Internet of Things (IoT) solutions through Cayenne, a drag-and-drop IoT project builder. Claranova SA offers its products and services in approximately 100 countries worldwide.


Coface is a holding company that performs its activities through its primary operating subsidiary, Compagnie franASSaise d'assurance pour le commerce extA(c)rieur and its subsidiaries. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is a provider of credit insurance to businesses with solutions to protect them against the rist of client insolvency on both domestic and export markets.

Compagnie Plastique Omnium

Compagnie Plastic Omnium is a manufacturing and services company which partners with car manufacturers and local communities, through its two core businesses which are Automotive Equipment and Environment. Co.'s activities can be divided into two divisions: the Automotive division and the Environment division. The Automotive division designs, manufactures and sells vehicle body parts (exterior parts and modules) and plastic fuel systems. The Environment division provides products and services for local authorities, including waste pre-collection and management equipment and services, and road and highway signage.

Europcar Mobility Group

Europcar Groupe SA is part of the mobility sector as a handler in rental vehicles. Co.'s objective is to provide the mobility solution that meets its customers' needs in a market where expectations are constantly changing. Co. offers mobility solutions extending from short-term vehicle rental, via its three main brands, Europcar®, Ubeeqo® and InterRent®, and chauffeur services to car-sharing and a platform offering mobility services. Ubeeqo, a specialist in car-sharing, and E-Car Club, a car-sharing start-up offering an entire fleet of electric vehicles in the United Kingdom, have broadened Co.'s mobility offer through its subsidiary, Europcar Lab.

Groupe Alten

Alten is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. operates in three areas: Engineering and Technology Consulting (ETC), Telecoms Networks and Multimedia, and Information Systems (NTIS). Through the Engineering and Technology Consulting (ETC) segment, Co. studies and designs technology products for technical divisions in industry and telecoms. The Telecoms Networks and Multimedia segment focuses on Product design, Architecture, deployment, and operation of networks. Lastly, the IT systems segment comprises Applications and software development, and Infrastructure and Telecoms (Applications, systems and networks Corporate telecommunications).

Groupe Crit

Groupe Crit provides HR solutions to companies. Co.'s activities are divided into three segments: Temporary employment and Recruitment; Airport services; and Other services. In the Temporary employment and Recruitment segment, Co.'s offering includes temporary employment, permanent placement, secondment, outsourcing, training and consulting. The Airport services segment includes all services performed on an airplane from its landing to its take-off such as services to passengers and airplanes. The Other services segment comprises services in engineering and maintenance, and miscellaneous activities. At Dec 31 2010, Co. operated 431 branches, and was the partner of more than 25,000 companies.


Societe Industrielle d'Aviation Latecoere and its subsidiaries are engaged in the manufacture of parts and equipment for the aeronautic and space industries. Co.'s products are mainly divided into 2 sectors: Airframe Structure and Equipment & Systems. Airframe Structure: manufactures Fuselage and Wing Structure Elements such as tail cones, forward upper shells, side parts, front spar bulkheads, nose sections, passenger doors, flaps; Nacelle Structure Elements such as fan cowls, tail engine fan cowls, translating sleeves, thrust reverser beams. Equipment & Systems: manufactures on-board electric racks, harnesses, landscape video camera system, pilot control panels and battery charge limiters.

LISI Link Solutions for Industry

LISI manufactures multifunctional fasteners and assembly and structural components for three business sectors: aerospace, automotive, and perfurmery. Co.'s activities are also split into three divisions: LISI Aerospace division, LISI Medical division and LISI Automotive division. LISI Aerospace division produces fasteners and assembly components for the aerospace and motor racing markets. LISI Medical division produces medical implants and is a sub-contractor of auxiliary parts. LISI Automotive division produces automotive fasteners and assembly components.

Melexis N.V.

Melexis designs, develops, tests and markets advanced integrated circuits primarily for the automotive industry. Co. sells its products to a wide customer base in the automotive, medical and industrial markets in Europe, Asia and North America. Co.'s main products are Hall effect ICs, Pressure and Acceleration Sensors, Sensor Interface ICs, Automotive Systems-on-a-Chip, Embedded Microcontrollers, Bus System Chips, Optical and Infrared sensors. In each case the products are primarily developed for automotive applications and designated lead customers with subsequent use in commercial and industrial applications.


Saipem is a global contractor with local presence in Africa, Central Asia, America, the Middle East and South East Asia. Co. provides engineering, procurement, construction and installation services; and engineering, procurement and construction services to the oil and gas industry, both onshore and offshore, with a focus on projects, including activities in remote areas, in deep waters and on projects that involve difficult gas or crude supplies.

Siltronic AG

Siltronic AG is a Germany-based producer of hyperpure silicon wafers. The Company offers polished wafers, epitaxial wafers and annealed wafers, among others. Its products are used for semiconductor components, including high-voltage applications, low resistivity devices in automotive engineering and telecommunications, as well as integrated microprocessors and memory modules for information processing in cell phones, laptops and other consumer goods. The Company also produces high reflectivity (HiREF) wafers, as well as PowerFZ wafers for power applications and Ultimate Silicon for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) applications. It operates production facilities in Europe, Asia and the United States.

Synergie S.A.

Synergie is engaged in the development of human resources management, by providing services in the field of temporary work, outplacement, recruitment, consulting and training. Co. services different sectors: services and specialized sector (medical, senior employment, human services), transportation and logistics sector, industry sector, construction and civil engineering sector. As of Dec 31 2009, Co. is present in 13 countries in Europe and Canada and reports its activities geographically, in 4 areas: France, Northen and Eastern Europe, Southern Europe and Canada.


Tarkett is a global flooring company, providing a large range of flooring and sports surface solutions to business and residential end-users. Co. is organized in four segments: Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”); North America; Commonwealth of Independent States (“CIS”), Asia Pacific (“APAC”) and Latin America; and Sports Surfaces.


Voltalia. Voltalia SA is a France-based holding company engaged in the renewable utilities sector. It designs, develops and operates electric power stations in numerous countries, such as France, French Guyana, Brazil, Greece and Morocco. The Company generates electricity using a variety of renewable energy sources. These include wind, water, biomass and solar power. In addition, Voltalia SA specializes in carbon credit trading activities. The Company operates several subsidiaries, including Anelia and Bio-Bar in France, Voltalia Guyane, SIG Kourou, SIG Mana and SIG Cacao in French Guyana, Voltalia Energia do Brasil in Brazil, Thegero in Greece and Alterrya Maroc in Morocco, among others. The Company is owned by Voltalia Investissement SA.

Oddo BHF
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​Oddo Securities provides securities brokerage and research services. The company offers equity, economic, and derivatives research and credit analysis services. It focuses on insurance, automotive, building materials, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, information technology, and agri-food industries.

Antoine Boivin-Champeaux

Aurelien Sivignon

Baptiste Lebacq

Benoit Valleaux

Charles Lepetitpas

Christophe Chaput

Christophe-Raphaël Ganet

Fatma Ayachi

Florent Laroche-Joubert

Hela Zarrouk

Jean-François Granjon

Louis Boujard, CFA

Michael Foundoukidis

Nicolas David

Nicolas Thorez

Philippe Ourpatian

Roland Pfaender,MBA,CFA,CCRA

Stephane Houri

Yan Derocles

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