Decision of ENGIE’s Board of Directors on December 11, 2018

By BIKILI Ahmed - 11 December 2018 - 21:42

ENGIE confirms its intention of remaining SUEZ’s leading shareholder and is willing to strengthen the industrial and commercial collaboration between the two groups.


ENGIE’s Board of Directors confirms its desire to actively support SUEZ’s development by maintaining its current level of ownership.


A world player in environmental services, SUEZ has a strong potential in activities such as water management and circular economy which will be key in the future for territories and companies. ENGIE’s Board of Directors will support SUEZ’s growth and value creation strategy as well as its implementation.


As SUEZ’s leading shareholder, ENGIE is willing to strengthen the industrial collaboration with the company, whilst maintaining both groups’ independence and observing all applicable rules and regulations, particularly in respect of competition and best commercial practice.


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