Phitrust Partenaires Europe
Phitrust Partenaires has created, in partnership with the European Investment Fund, a venture capital firm dedicated to impact investing in Europe. The strategy implemented is identical to that of Phitrust Partenaires but aimed at companies in the European Union. Phitrust Partenaires Europe was certified European Social Entrepreneurship Fund (EuSEF) in July 2017.
This new investment vehicle will support the many projects identified today in Europe that seek to respond to social emergencies and develop partnerships initiated with social funds in Belgium, Spain, Italy and Northern Europe. Numerous exchanges with the EIF enabled us to refine the structuring of our investment strategy and implement a new project impact measurement methodology.
A solid investment
Investments with an average unit amount between €150K and €800K€
A risk controlled by a mixed equity/debt/convertible allocation
An investment that promotes the development of European SMEs with a strong social and/or environmental impact
A social investment
>> A STRONG IMPACT
The companies of the portfolio contribute to the crowd funding of social enterprises, to work reintegration in the field of recycling, to digital training or to last mile sustainable delivery.
>> A CLEAR STRATEGY
Phitrust Partenaires Europe invests as a minority shareholder and supports profitable and growing SMEs, aiming to become champions in their sector within 7/10 years, with a measurable social and/or environmental performance which is monitored.
>> A LINK WITH ENTREPRENEURS
Phitrust Partenaires Europe organises regular and exclusive meetings with social entrepreneurs, including two on-site visits a year to the portfolio companies. Investors also have the opportunity to follow and co-invest directly in a portfolio company.
We are committed to supporting closely each of the businesses run by social entrepreneurs in our investment portfolio.
This support is provided by the Phitrust Partenaires Europe team as well as by our investors who are mostly proven entrepreneurs. We therefore bring to our companies a strong added value in terms of management and development.
Phitrust supports social entrepreneurs who bring innovative solutions to current social or environmental issues.
Depending on the desired social impact objectives, measurement criteria are defined with each entrepreneur at the initial stage of the investment. An annual follow-up of these criteria is conducted by the Phitrust team to analyse the performance impact of each project as well as that of the portfolio as a whole..
Alenvi is a home care services company that reinvents the way dependent elderly people are being accompanied, by empowering carers.
Lita.co is a crowdfunding company specialized in the equity financing of companies with a social or environmental goal.
Koiki is a last mile delivery company employing mentally impaired people excluded from the job market.
Lemon Tri installs innovative recycling machines allowing automatic sorting and recycling.
Responsage reshapes the social care profession as a whole by accompanying, in an innovative way, employees that support relatives weakened by disease, handicap or an advanced age through a consulting and orientation service.
Simplon.co is a business that provides computer coding training in the form of free of charge six-month courses.
Tale Me offers a renting services for children and maternity clothes, with a insertion workshop in Brussels to maintenaing the clothes
The Investment Committee brings together shareholders of the company, recognised professionals from the commercial economic world, who have or have had operational responsibilities in French and international companies.
The Supervisory Board carries out the validation of investments, the audit of the methodologies selected for the valuation of participations, and strategic thinking for development.
The merger between Essilor and Luxottica has been presented to shareholders as a merger of two firms of similar size, with balanced governance for the new structure, EssilorLuxottica.
At a General Meeting held on 17 July 2018, the shareholders voted in favour of the acquisition of Alstom by Siemens. What a pathetic decision, when at the announcement of the discussions with Siemens the executives and the board of directors sold the idea of a “merger between equals”!
Without contesting the strategic interest of the merger between these firms, this operation being presented as a merger “between equals” which is – if it is approved in these conditions – a takeover of Alstom by Siemens, and harms the minority shareholders with an insufficient control premium and is unsatisfactory in terms of governance.
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