Caisse des Depots et Consignations
Office in Paris  

Caisse des Depots et Consignations

Caisse des Depots et Consignations (CDC) is a French public financial organization established in 1816. It is part of the government institutions under the control of Parliament. CDC is a long-term investor serving the general interest and economic development of the country. The company invests in development projects in all territories, to respond to needs the market cannot meet alone. Caisse des Depots et Consignations is rated AA, Aa2 and AA by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s, respectively.

The Group’s Activities:
Managing pension end solidarity funds, securing funds, popular savings
Supporting the middle-market companies
Housing and property
Infrastructure and transport
Ecology and energy
Tourism and leisure
Reducing the digital divide in territories

Affiliates and Strategic Shareholding:
Bpifrance S.A. (CDC 50%, French State 50%)
CNP Assurances - 41%
La Poste (CDC 26%, French state 74%)
SNI - 100% (Social real estate)
Icade - 39% (Icade is a real estate investment company, the third largest French property developer)
Exterimmo - 100%
CDC Arkhineo - 100%
Transdev - 50%
Egis - 75%
Compagnie des Alpes - 40%

Net Income: €1.722 billion (H1 2017)
Total assets: €167 billion (2016)
Total equity: €34.2 billion

 Credit Ratings:

Rating agency Long term rating Short term rating
Standard & Poor’s AA A-1+
Moody’s Aa2 P-1
Fitch Ratings AA F-1+

56 rue de Lille
Paris 75356, France
Phone: +33 1 5850 0000