Tikehau Capital

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Formation2004
Founder• Antoine Flamarion
• Mathieu Chabran
HeadquartersParis, France
Membership• Stéphane Abrial
• Jean Charest
• Fu Hua Hsieh
• Nobuyuki Idei
• Margery Kraus
• Peter Levene
• François Pauly
• Kenichiro Sasae
• Peter Westmacott
• Fernando Zobel de Ayala
• Roger Caniard
• Jean Charest
• Jean-Louis Charon
• Jean-Pierre Denis
• Remmert Laan
• Christian de Labriffe
• Florence Lustman
• Anne-Laure Naveos
• Fanny Picard
• Constance de Poncins
• Léon Seynave
Financial company with remarkable growth.

Tikehau Capital is a company French of sector finance and asset management founded in 2004 by two finance entrepreneurs, Antoine Flamarion and Mathieu Chabran, and focuses its business model on debt products. They founders started with 4 million euros, and by 2021 manages remarkably more than 3 000 billion in assets, meaning it might be more to the company than meets the eye.

History

Named after an atoll in French Polynesia, Tikehau opened offices in London in 2013, followed in 2014 by an office in Singapore then in 2015 in Brussels, in Milan, in Seoul in 2017, then in New York in 2018 and finally in Tokyo, Luxembourg and Amsterdam. The company is now present in Europe, Asia and North America.

Tikehau carries out acquisition or merger operations such as the acquisition of Salvepar, a listed investment vehicle belonging to Société Générale and acquired in 2012 , the management company Sofidy integrated into the group since December 2018 and in 2019, the crowdfunding platform,Homunity.

In 2019, it carried out the biggest capital increase of the year in France.

In 2019, Tikehau Capital acquired the Homunity real estate crowdfunding platform through its new subsidiary Credit.fr.

In April 2021, the group announces its intention to launch a private equity fund in North America dedicated to the transition to a low-carbon economy.



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