The founding shareholder of PSA Group, FFP has diversified its assets through investments in line with its family values.
With more than €4 billion assets at the end of 2018, FFP holds direct and indirect stakes in many sectors of activity such as industry, business and personal services, and consumer goods.
Our historical asset
PSA Group is Europe’s second largest car manufacturer. After the acquisition of General Motors’ European business, its growth relies on five car brands – Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall, each with its own worldwide reputation and distinct personality – as part of co-ordinated international strategies and a coherent product plan. PSA Group is also active in automotive financing via Banque PSA Finance, and automotive equipment via Faurecia. The group retains a 25% interest in Gefco, a transport and logistics company.
6 listed assets & 4 non listed assets
At the heart of its strategy, FFP holds direct stakes in listed and non-listed companies.
FFP acts as a minority shareholder capable of supporting the development of its shareholdings over the long term, in particular because its operations are financed with its own balance sheet. FFP's equity investments are subject to prior due diligence to ensure that there is a convergence of views on ownership, strategy and corporate values.
To invest in specific geographies or sectors, FFP works with various partners.
FFP is invested in co-investment operations with specialized partners in certain sectors or geographies that are less directly accessible by FFP.
with PAI Partners
Asmodee, founded in 1995, produces and distributes board games and collectible cards. It is a world leader in its sector, with a presence in Europe, North America and China and almost 1,000 employees. Asmodee has a catalogue of 3,000 games and launches almost 300 new games each year. In 2018, Asmodee generated revenue of €419 million, 80% of which came from outside France.
FFP invested €20m in Asmodee
1 asset & diversified commitments
FFP has a portfolio of private equity funds, split between the United States, Europe and emerging countries. FFP is also a shareholder of IDI, a small cap investment firm.
Since 2002, FFP has made commitments in private equity funds. This asset class allows FFP to access a large number of companies and sectors of activity with a long-term approach. It also allows it to access sectors or geographical areas to which it would have direct access only with difficulty.
FFP's portfolio is mainly composed of buyout (LBO), expansion, technology growth capital funds and impact investing funds.
In 2018, €122 million were committed to 9 funds, 70 million were called and €33 million distributed .
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3 assets & co-investments and funds
FFP invests in prime, value-add or development real estate projects, through direct investments, real estate funds or co-investments alongside trusted partners with a proven track record.