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CMA CGM rises to more than 5% of Eutelsat's capital


The shipowner entered the capital of Eutelsat in the fall of 2021, while remaining below the 5% threshold.

The maritime transport company CMA CGM declared on August 5 that it crossed the threshold of 5% of the capital and voting rights of Eutelsat.

In detail, the company announces that it holds 5.03% of the French satellite operator, the Financial Markets Authority (AMF) announced on Tuesday.

This crossing of thresholds results from an acquisition of Eutelsat shares on the market

”, specifies the AMF.

The title of the French satellite operator, heckled since the announcement of its merger with the British OneWeb at the end of July, had risen in early August, supported by the acquisitions of shares in the public investment bank Bpifrance which increased its share. in the company with 21.28% of the capital.

The shipowner CMA CGM took a 9% stake in Air France-KLM in mid-June, becoming the airline group's third largest shareholder.

Source: lefigaro

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