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PREDICA (FILIALE DE CRÉDIT AGRICOLE ASSURANCES)

Insurance company / Investment fund - Investor

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Serge Bernat

Directeur du contrôle de gestion

Gilles Demonsant

Directeur de la clientèle patrimoniale et de la retraite

Philippe Dumont

Directeur général

Élisabeth Eychenne

Présidente du conseil d'administration

Olivier Gelineau

Responsable des ressources humaines

Pierre Guillocheau

Directeur des assurances collectives

Henri Le Bihan

Directeur général délégué

Cécile Mouton

Directeur de la gestion financière

Xavier Musca

Vice-président

Marie-Hélène Muselli

Directeur juridique

Jean-Marc Philippe

Directeur risques, contrôles et sécurité

Yann Renaut

Directeur de l'actuariat

Alain Roussel

Directeur des marchés de proximité et de la prévoyance

Listed

Paris office REIT SFL reports 4.1% EPRA earnings rise to record €107m

Société Foncière Lyonnaise, the Paris office REIT 82% held by Spain's Colonial, reported a 4.1% rise in EPRA earnings to a record €106.7m in 2018, and portfolio value (...)

Office

Spain’s Colonial looks forward to organic growth after busy 2018

Spanish office REIT/SOCIMI Colonial, after a takeover and a readjustment of capital this year, is looking ahead to delivering organic growth with a rise (...)

Listed

France’s listed Frey in €202m capital raise to fund projects, add investors

French listed retail park group Frey has announced a €201.9m capital increase to help fund 412,000 sqm in 14 new projects, and acquisitions. The move also (...)

Finance

French REIT SFL, controlled by Spain's Colonial, boosts 2017 net by 36%

Société Foncière Lyonnaise, a Paris office REIT/SIIC controlled by Spain's Colonial group, raised 2017 EPRA earnings by 1.5% to €102.4m though attributable net profit surged more strongly - (...)

Office

European 2017 CRE investment rises 4% to €293bn; 2018 looks good - RCA

Europe’s commercial real estate in 2017 experienced the third most active year on record for investment, rising 4 % from 2016 to €293.4bn, according (...)