Tikehau Capital has listed on the Paris stock exchange with a market capitalisation of around €1.5bn.
Among shareholders in Tikehau – which manages €9.9bn in private debt, real estate, private equity and liquid strategies – are existing Tikehau investors, Amundi Ventures and Singapore’s state-owned investment company, Temasek.
Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, MACSF Epargne Retraite, Suravenir, and Le Fonds Stratégique de Participations are also shareholders, as is the Peugeot family group’s FFP Invest, according to Euronext.
The French asset manager has also made a public tender offer of its subsidiary, Salvepar.
The move, Tikehau said, would consolidate operations and enable a better understanding of the manager’s business model.
“Consolidating our asset management and investment businesses and simplifying our shareholder structure and governance will benefit us as we step up the pace of growth,” said Antoine Flamarion, who co-founded the firm in 2004 with Mathieu Chabran. “Listing offers an additional visibility and trust factor for our investor clients.”