Egis group, Caisse des dépôts and Tikehau Capital have announced the finalisation of the acquisition by Tikehau Capital of a 40% stake in the share capital of Egis. Caisse des Dépôts retains a 34% stake, alongside Egis’ executive partners and employees (Egis Partenaires), who now own around 21% of Egis.
The arrival of Tikehau Capital is a significant step in the Egis group strategy, which focuses mainly on international growth and aims to position Egis group as the world-leading engineering company.
Egis group specialises in engineering, construction and mobility services. It creates and operates smart buildings and infrastructure that can meet the challenges of the climate emergency and the major trials of our time, through more balanced, sustainable and resilient land use.
As part of this transaction, Gide advised the executive partners and employees of Egis group, now brought together under entity Egis Partenaires.
Gide's team was headed by partners Jean-François Louit and Caroline Lan, working with associates Franciane Rondet and Léa Levesque on corporate aspects; and partner Paul de France and associate Charles Ghuysen on tax aspects.
Equalis Capital acted for Egis Partenaires on the financial aspects of the transaction, with Jean-Philippe Debas and Matthieu Courbon.