The 10 largest IPOs on the Paris Stock Exchange

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A look back at the ten largest IPOs on the Paris Stock Exchange over the last ten years, based on Euronext data.

 

On June 18, the IPO of Aramis took place, the largest IPO on the Paris Stock Exchange since the Française des Jeux (FDJ) in 2019. Aramis, a subsidiary of the automotive group Stellantis, started its first day of trading with a 2% loss.

 

The Aramis group, whose capitalization is close to 1.9 billion euros, has managed to raise 250 million euros, while the founders and shareholders of the group have sold 138 million euros.

 

On June 10, the French group Believe, which specializes in music labels and artist support, also went public. For its IPO, the group raised 300 million euros from investors.

 

Based on data provided by Euronext, we look back at the ten most important IPOs on the Paris Stock Exchange over the last ten years :

 

10. Euronext, with €844.98 million

 

 

Euronext is the leading stock exchange in the Eurozone, and was introduced on June 19, 2014. Its current market capitalization is €9.99 billion, according to June 23 figures, while it was €1.40 billion when it was introduced.

 

9. Elis, with €854.29 million

 

French company Elis, founded in 1969, specializes in hygiene and cleaning. Listed on the Paris Stock Exchange on February 10, 2015, its market capitalization initially reached €1.48 billion and stood at €3.56 billion on June 23, 2021.

 

8. Verallia, with €888.32m

 

 

Food and beverage packaging company Verallia was listed on the Paris Stock Exchange on October 4, 2019. Its capitalization is €3.20 billion, compared to a capitalization of €3.79 billion today.

 

7. Europcar, with €898 million

 

 

Europcar is a mobility solutions rental company founded in 1949. It was listed on the Paris Stock Exchange on June 25, 2015. Initially with €1.75 billion, its market capitalization now stands at €1.92 billion.

6. Elior, with €954.24 million

 

 

Elior, the global foodservice player, was listed on the Paris Stock Exchangec on June 10, 2014. Its market capitalization was then €2.42 billion, while it is €1.17 billion as of June 23, 2021.

5. Coface, with €956.67 million

 

 

Compagnie française d’assurance pour le commerce extérieur (Coface) was listed on the Paris Stock Exchange on June 26, 2014. With an initial capitalization of €1.63 billion, the group has a capitalization of €1.45 billion today.

 

4. Spie, with €1.03 billion

 

 

Spie is the European leader in electrical engineering, energy and communications. It entered the Paris Stock Exchange on June 9, 2015 with a capitalization of €2.48 billion. Today, its market capitalization is €3.15 billion.

 

3. ALD Automotive, with €1.17 billion

 

 

Listed on the Paris Stock Exchange on June 16, 2017, ALD Automotive is a subsidiary of Société Générale, which specializes in long-term vehicle leasing. With an initial market capitalization of 5.78 billion, the group claims a capitalization of 4.79 billion as of June 23, 2021.

 

2. Amundi, with €1.67 billion

 

 

French asset management company Amundi is Europe’s leading asset management company. It joined the Paris Stock Exchange on November 11, 2015 with a capitalization of €7.51 billion. This figure reaches €15.04 billion as of June 23, 2021, giving it the second place in this ranking.

 

1. FDJ, with €1.83 billion

 

 

La Française des Jeux, founded when the National Loto was launched in 1976, was originally 72% owned by the French government. The company, which at the time had a monopoly on gambling throughout France, opened up to competition in 2010 and was listed on the Paris Stock Exchange on November 21, 2019. This listing, the largest in the last ten years, is based on a market capitalization of 3.72 billion euros. As of June 23, 2021, less than two years after its IPO, FDJ has a market capitalization of €9.55 billion.

 

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A look back at the ten largest IPOs on the Paris Stock Exchange over the last ten years, based on Euronext data.

 

On June 18, the IPO of Aramis took place, the largest IPO on the Paris Stock Exchange since the Française des Jeux (FDJ) in 2019. Aramis, a subsidiary of the automotive group Stellantis, started its first day of trading with a 2% loss.

 

The Aramis group, whose capitalization is close to 1.9 billion euros, has managed to raise 250 million euros, while the founders and shareholders of the group have sold 138 million euros.

 

On June 10, the French group Believe, which specializes in music labels and artist support, also went public. For its IPO, the group raised 300 million euros from investors.

 

Based on data provided by Euronext, we look back at the ten most important IPOs on the Paris Stock Exchange over the last ten years :

 

10. Euronext, with €844.98 million

 

 

Euronext is the leading stock exchange in the Eurozone, and was introduced on June 19, 2014. Its current market capitalization is €9.99 billion, according to June 23 figures, while it was €1.40 billion when it was introduced.

 

 

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A look back at the ten largest IPOs on the Paris Stock Exchange over the last ten years, based on Euronext data.

 

On June 18, the IPO of Aramis took place, the largest IPO on the Paris Stock Exchange since the Française des Jeux (FDJ) in 2019. Aramis, a subsidiary of the automotive group Stellantis, started its first day of trading with a 2% loss.

 

The Aramis group, whose capitalization is close to 1.9 billion euros, has managed to raise 250 million euros, while the founders and shareholders of the group have sold 138 million euros.

 

On June 10, the French group Believe, which specializes in music labels and artist support, also went public. For its IPO, the group raised 300 million euros from investors.

 

Based on data provided by Euronext, we look back at the ten most important IPOs on the Paris Stock Exchange over the last ten years :

 

10. Euronext, with €844.98 million

 

 

Euronext is the leading stock exchange in the Eurozone, and was introduced on June 19, 2014. Its current market capitalization is €9.99 billion, according to June 23 figures, while it was €1.40 billion when it was introduced.

 

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