07 April 2016

Entry of new shareholders and REIT status maintained

Paris, April 7, 2016 – 8:00 a.m.
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Cegereal - Entry of new shareholders and REIT status maintained

Northwood, which held 98.44% of Cegereal’s share capital following the tender offer that closed on January 25, 2016, has sold a portion of its CGR shares, representing 40.96% of Cegereal’s capital, in a financing round with leading institutional investors, including GIC, which took up 25%. The Northwood concert now only holds 57.48% of Cegereal.

The maintenance of REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) status is conditional on a single shareholder or several shareholders acting in concert – within the meaning of Article L.223-10 of the French Commercial Code – not holding, directly or indirectly, more than 60% of the company’s share capital, as per Article 208C of the French General Tax Code.

This transaction allows Cegereal to continue to benefit from the REIT tax regime.


For more information, please contact:

Media RelationsInvestor Relations
Aliénor Miens / 01 53 32 84 77Raphaël Tréguier  / 01 42 25 76 36

About Cegereal

Created in 2006, Cegereal is a commercial property company that invests in prime office properties in Greater Paris. The portfolio's appraisal value is estimated by independent valuers DTZ Eurexi at €1 billion as of December 31, 2015 (replacement value).

To date, Cegereal is the first French property company with a fully certified portfolio from an environmental point of view (HQE and BREEAM "Very Good") and benefits from the Green Star rating in the international benchmark GRESB.
Cegereal is a REIT listed on Euronext Paris since 2006, in compartment B (ISIN: FR0010309096). The Company had a market capitalization of €476 million on December 31, 2015.