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Shareholders' club

We created the Claranova Shareholders’ Club to demonstrate our desire to forge lasting ties with all our shareholders, both individual and institutional.

Dedicated to shareholders with a particular interest in our company, this club helps its 300 members gain a more in-depth understanding of the Group and its activities.

Through this dedicated exchange area, you will be invited to participate in events reserved for members, notably on the presentation of our annual and half-year financial results.

All shareholders with at least 100 Claranova shares can join the Shareholders’ Club free of charge.

We are happy to welcome our shareholders from all around the globe. Please note that share holders meetings are for the moment held in French.

Shareholders' news

1st meeting of the Shareholders' Club by videoconference

On April 1, the Shareholders' Club meeting was held dedicated to the presentation of the Group's half-year results.

For the first time since the creation of the Club, our traditional physical meeting has been replaced, given the health context, by a videoconference. Pierre Cesarini and Sébastien Martin presented the Group's results and answered many questions from shareholders. This successful experience, hailed by shareholders, brought together nearly 120 members from all over France.

The Shareholders' Club is open to any Claranova shareholder who owns more than 100 shares. It now has nearly 300 members and organizes dedicated meetings (three to four per year) where you will have the opportunity to meet and discuss with the management of Claranova while sharing friendly moments with other shareholders.

We are always happy to welcome new members. We thank you for your trust and loyalty.

Shareholders' Club Information