patrimoine et commerce

Governance

Governance

Patrimoine & Commerce has opted for the legal status of SCA (a partnership limited by shares), a mode of governance which is a real vector for development of the company.The SCA facilitates implementation of the development plan by lifting the constraints of ownership control (desire for extensive opening-up of the equity). The SCA allows an absolute separation of powers between the management bodies (the Managing Partners) and the control bodies (the Supervisory Board). Patrimoine & Commerce therefore wishes to ensure the independence of the control bodies of the real estate company. Thus, 11 of the 15 members of the Supervisory Board are independent within the meaning of the MiddleNext Corporate Governance Code.

Éric Duval

Founder of Groupe Duval, Eric Duval is the initiator of the Patrimoine & Commerce project and its Managing Director. The property strategy is overseen by this recognised real estate professional. It is backed moreover by governance bodies which bring together commercial real estate players of affirmed independence. This favourable environment enables Patrimoine & Commerce to benefit from a wide network of business referrers from which many investment opportunities can be sourced.

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"With a property portfolio of 76 assets and more than 502,000 m² of retail space, Patrimoine et Commerce is today the property real estate company in low-cost retail parks in France. "

Supervisory Board

The supervisory board has 15 members who carry out permanent control of the management of Patrimoine & Commerce. The supervisory board assesses its quality on behalf of the shareholders, to whom it reports each year.

Christian Louis-Victor

Christian Louis-Victor, representative of Surassur on the audit committee, is a graduated from civil engineering.
He began his career with the Compagnie Générale des Eaux Group where he held various management positions in the housing and home construction sector, including that of Director of the international department of CIP.
In 1985, he joined François Pinault as Chairman-CEO of construction activities.
He acquired these activities and founded Groupe Louis-Victor, approximately 1,000 employees and sales of 150 million euros.
In 1991, he created Compagnie d’Assurances Caution CEGI and chaired it.
In 2000, he merged CEGI with Groupe des Caisses d’Epargne and in 2006 created Compagnie Européenne de Garanties et Cautions CEGC, integrated into the Natixis/BPCE group.
Christian Louis-Victor is Chairman-CEO of GEGC, Vice-chairman of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Audit Committee of SURASSUR (reinsurer of the Caisse d’Epargne group) and President of the Ecole Supérieure des Professions Immobilières ESPI (real estate professions).
Christian Louis-Victor is also Chairman of the Union des Maison Françaises, founding Chairman of the Union Européenne des Fédérations de Constructeurs de Maisons Individuelles and Chairman of housing trade fairs on the Paris Exhibitions Committee.

Duval

Contact 5, villa Houssay
92200, Neuilly-sur-Seine

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Christian Louis-Victor

Christian Louis-Victor, representative of Surassur on the audit committee, is a graduated from civil engineering.
He began his career with the Compagnie Générale des Eaux Group where he held various management positions in the housing and home construction sector, including that of Director of the international department of CIP.
In 1985, he joined François Pinault as Chairman-CEO of construction activities.
He acquired these activities and founded Groupe Louis-Victor, approximately 1,000 employees and sales of 150 million euros.
In 1991, he created Compagnie d’Assurances Caution CEGI and chaired it.
In 2000, he merged CEGI with Groupe des Caisses d’Epargne and in 2006 created Compagnie Européenne de Garanties et Cautions CEGC, integrated into the Natixis/BPCE group.
Christian Louis-Victor is Chairman-CEO of GEGC, Vice-chairman of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Audit Committee of SURASSUR (reinsurer of the Caisse d’Epargne group) and President of the Ecole Supérieure des Professions Immobilières ESPI (real estate professions).
Christian Louis-Victor is also Chairman of the Union des Maison Françaises, founding Chairman of the Union Européenne des Fédérations de Constructeurs de Maisons Individuelles and Chairman of housing trade fairs on the Paris Exhibitions Committee.

Lydia Le Clair

Lydia Le Clair, representative of the Duval Group on the audit committee, is a certified public accountant.
She began her career in accounting firms, before joining the Duval Group in 1998.
She is now Managing Director.

Duval

Contact 272, avenue du Général Patton
35700, Rennes

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Lydia Le Clair

Lydia Le Clair, representative of the Duval Group on the audit committee, is a certified public accountant.
She began her career in accounting firms, before joining the Duval Group in 1998.
She is now Managing Director.

Eric Ranjard

Eric Ranjard, representative of Ségécé on the investment committee, holds an engineering degree from the Special School of Public Works.
He began his career as a Project Engineer, Director expansion within Ségécé (Company of Studies and Management of Equipment Centers), Operator and manager of commercial sites, subsidiary of Compagnie Bancaire.
He became Chairman and CEO of Ségécé Promotion in 1992, then Deputy Managing Director of Ségécé in 1994.
In 1997, he occupied the Vice-presidency and the general management of Ségécé.
In 1998, he became a member of the Management Board of Klepierre, BNP Paribas real estate company, before assuming the presidency of Ségécé.
In 2001, he held the Presidency of foreign subsidiaries there.
He was appointed Vice-chairman of the management board of Klepierre in 2003.
In 2006 and 2007, he chaired the supervisory board He launched Ségécé and its subsidiaries.
From 2008 to 2015, he was Chairman of Unibail Rodamco Participations.
He was a Director from 2010 to 2013 of the French Commerce Council (CDCF).
Eric Ranjard is also Honorary President of the National Council of Shopping Centers after having chaired it for 10 years, and President of the Jury of the Janus du Commerce (French Design Institute) since 2005.
He is knight of National Order of Merit and is appointed to the rank of Knight of the National Order of the Legion of Honor, during the promotion of December 31, 2010.

Duval

Contact 10 bis, rue Vavin
75006, Paris

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Eric Ranjard

Eric Ranjard, representative of Ségécé on the investment committee, holds an engineering degree from the Special School of Public Works.
He began his career as a Project Engineer, Director expansion within Ségécé (Company of Studies and Management of Equipment Centers), Operator and manager of commercial sites, subsidiary of Compagnie Bancaire.
He became Chairman and CEO of Ségécé Promotion in 1992, then Deputy Managing Director of Ségécé in 1994.
In 1997, he occupied the Vice-presidency and the general management of Ségécé.
In 1998, he became a member of the Management Board of Klepierre, BNP Paribas real estate company, before assuming the presidency of Ségécé.
In 2001, he held the Presidency of foreign subsidiaries there.
He was appointed Vice-chairman of the management board of Klepierre in 2003.
In 2006 and 2007, he chaired the supervisory board He launched Ségécé and its subsidiaries.
From 2008 to 2015, he was Chairman of Unibail Rodamco Participations.
He was a Director from 2010 to 2013 of the French Commerce Council (CDCF).
Eric Ranjard is also Honorary President of the National Council of Shopping Centers after having chaired it for 10 years, and President of the Jury of the Janus du Commerce (French Design Institute) since 2005.
He is knight of National Order of Merit and is appointed to the rank of Knight of the National Order of the Legion of Honor, during the promotion of December 31, 2010.

Jean-Michel Boukhers

Jean-Michel Boukhers, representative of the company SCO Africa on the investment committee and the compensation committee, is graduated from IPF.
He joined in 1971 the SCO, Coordination and Scheduling Company. He works on building projects and on linear infrastructures, of which he has been Chairman and CEO since 1995.
Since 1986, he has also held the positions of CEO of SCO Central Africa in Cameroon and AFI SCO in Chad and is Manager of SCO West Africa in Ivory Coast.
Since 2010, he has been Vice-President of SCET International, a subsidiary of SNI of the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations group.
He has extensive experience commercial real estate and many references in shopping center and downtown ZAC projects.
He was ordained knight of the Legion of Honor in 2006 and of the French National Order of Merit in 2010.< br>He was a medalist of the Order of Merit in Gabon in 2002 and the Order of the Lion in Senegal in 1998.

Duval

Contact 27, rue Louis Vicat
75015, Paris

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Jean-Michel Boukhers

Jean-Michel Boukhers, representative of the company SCO Africa on the investment committee and the compensation committee, is graduated from IPF.
He joined in 1971 the SCO, Coordination and Scheduling Company. He works on building projects and on linear infrastructures, of which he has been Chairman and CEO since 1995.
Since 1986, he has also held the positions of CEO of SCO Central Africa in Cameroon and AFI SCO in Chad and is Manager of SCO West Africa in Ivory Coast.
Since 2010, he has been Vice-President of SCET International, a subsidiary of SNI of the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations group.
He has extensive experience commercial real estate and many references in shopping center and downtown ZAC projects.
He was ordained knight of the Legion of Honor in 2006 and of the French National Order of Merit in 2010.< br>He was a medalist of the Order of Merit in Gabon in 2002 and the Order of the Lion in Senegal in 1998.

Bernard Le Bras

Bernard Le Bras, representative of Suravenir on the supervisory board, is graduated from HEC in Paris.
Bernard Le Bras is an Actuary specializing in the financial impact of risk.
He began his career as Head Marketing at AGF Vie, then as Product Manager at Gan Vie.
He was then Founding President of Vie Services, President of ACMN IARD, Chairman and CEO of ACMN Vie, Director General of La Pérénnité and Chairman of the Management Board of Holding Nord Assurances, CMNE.
Since May 2012, he has been Chairman of the Management Board of Suravenir.

Duval

Contact 232, rue du général Paulet
29200, Brest

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Bernard Le Bras

Bernard Le Bras, representative of Suravenir on the supervisory board, is graduated from HEC in Paris.
Bernard Le Bras is an Actuary specializing in the financial impact of risk.
He began his career as Head Marketing at AGF Vie, then as Product Manager at Gan Vie.
He was then Founding President of Vie Services, President of ACMN IARD, Chairman and CEO of ACMN Vie, Director General of La Pérénnité and Chairman of the Management Board of Holding Nord Assurances, CMNE.
Since May 2012, he has been Chairman of the Management Board of Suravenir.

Marie-Noëlle Vergely

Marie-Noëlle Vergely, representative of the company Eurepa Dev on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Institut des Sciences Politiques in Paris.
Reader at the University of Glasgow, she also leads a career as a specialized journalist.
She is also a member of the Board of Directors of Pentagone Holding SAS and Eurepa Dev SA.

Duval

Contact 39, boulevard de Montmorency
75016, Paris

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Marie-Noëlle Vergely

Marie-Noëlle Vergely, representative of the company Eurepa Dev on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Institut des Sciences Politiques in Paris.
Reader at the University of Glasgow, she also leads a career as a specialized journalist.
She is also a member of the Board of Directors of Pentagone Holding SAS and Eurepa Dev SA.

Marianne Robbe

Marianne Robbe, representative of BMR Holding on the supervisory board, is a surgeon by training.
Marianne Robbe is co-founder of BMR Holding and manager of his personal wealth.

Duval

Contact 54, avenue Jean Jaurès
69370, Saint-Didier-au-Mont-d’Or

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Marianne Robbe

Marianne Robbe, representative of BMR Holding on the supervisory board, is a surgeon by training.
Marianne Robbe is co-founder of BMR Holding and manager of his personal wealth.

Margaux Graff

Margaux Graff, representative of Daytona Holdings on the supervisory board, has a Masters in International Business from Hult International Business School London and a Masters in Hospitality Management at Glion Institute of Higher Education.
Since 2012, she is Property Asset Manager at Daytona in Luxembourg.

Duval

Contact 143 Val Ste Croix L-1371
Luxembourg

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Margaux Graff

Margaux Graff, representative of Daytona Holdings on the supervisory board, has a Masters in International Business from Hult International Business School London and a Masters in Hospitality Management at Glion Institute of Higher Education.
Since 2012, she is Property Asset Manager at Daytona in Luxembourg.

Marie Tournier

Marie Tournier, representative on the supervisory board, is graduated from EDHEC Business School and an MBA from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
After a postgraduate degree in finance at the University of Paris II, Marie Tournier was, at Morgan Stanley for 5 years, Vice-president of European and American equities sales to French institutional investors.
Then, at Merill Lynch, Vice-president of European equities sales for French clients for 3 years.
Since 2011, she has owned and managed a hotel in Paris.

Duval

Contact 10, rue Vauvilliers
75001, Paris

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Marie Tournier

Marie Tournier, representative on the supervisory board, is graduated from EDHEC Business School and an MBA from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
After a postgraduate degree in finance at the University of Paris II, Marie Tournier was, at Morgan Stanley for 5 years, Vice-president of European and American equities sales to French institutional investors.
Then, at Merill Lynch, Vice-president of European equities sales for French clients for 3 years.
Since 2011, she has owned and managed a hotel in Paris.

Chantal du Rivau

Chantal du Rivau, representative of Crédit Agricole Assurances on the remuneration committee, is graduated from legal training.
Chantal du Rivau began her career within the Groupe des Populaires d'Assurances (GPA) in charge of the management of real estate assets.
then, Chantal du Rivau exercises this mission for the Insurance Company La France and the Mornay Group (Klésia).
In 1990, she joined the Insurance Company Predica to put setting up the management of the developing property portfolio.
From 1998, she also took charge of Predica's operating property.
In 2009, she joined the Crédit Agricole Assurances holding company to manage the property portfolio of all the subsidiaries.
She is the President of several OPCIs and a Director in various real estate structures.

Duval

Contact 50, rue de la Procession
75015, Paris

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Chantal du Rivau

Chantal du Rivau, representative of Crédit Agricole Assurances on the remuneration committee, is graduated from legal training.
Chantal du Rivau began her career within the Groupe des Populaires d'Assurances (GPA) in charge of the management of real estate assets.
then, Chantal du Rivau exercises this mission for the Insurance Company La France and the Mornay Group (Klésia).
In 1990, she joined the Insurance Company Predica to put setting up the management of the developing property portfolio.
From 1998, she also took charge of Predica's operating property.
In 2009, she joined the Crédit Agricole Assurances holding company to manage the property portfolio of all the subsidiaries.
She is the President of several OPCIs and a Director in various real estate structures.

Emmanuel Chabas

Emmanuel Chabas, representative of Crédit Agricole Assurances on the supervisory board, is graduatec from ESSEC. Emmanuel Chabas began his career in management control and internal audit within the BNP Paribas group in 2001.
Then, he joined BNP Paribas Cardif in 2006 as Head of real estate acquisitions.
Since 2015, he has held the position Head of Real Estate Investments at Crédit Agricole Assurances.

patrimoine et commerce

Contact 50, rue de la Procession
75015, Paris

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Emmanuel Chabas

Emmanuel Chabas, representative of Crédit Agricole Assurances on the supervisory board, is graduatec from ESSEC. Emmanuel Chabas began his career in management control and internal audit within the BNP Paribas group in 2001.
Then, he joined BNP Paribas Cardif in 2006 as Head of real estate acquisitions.
Since 2015, he has held the position Head of Real Estate Investments at Crédit Agricole Assurances.

Pierre-André Périssol

Pierre-André Périssol, representative on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées.
He manage the board of directors of the French Development Agency until in 2013.
During his career, Pierre-André Périssol founded Crédit Immobilier de France (1990-1995) and the Arcade group (1977-1995).
At the same time, he began a political career from 1983 where he will be successively Council of Paris (1983-1993), Deputy mayor of Paris (1989-1993), Mayor of Moulins (since 1995), President of the urban community of Moulins (since its creation in 2001), Member of the Allier (1993-1995 and 2002-2007) and Minister of Housing (1995-1997).

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Pierre-André Périssol

Pierre-André Périssol, representative on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées.
He manage the board of directors of the French Development Agency until in 2013.
During his career, Pierre-André Périssol founded Crédit Immobilier de France (1990-1995) and the Arcade group (1977-1995).
At the same time, he began a political career from 1983 where he will be successively Council of Paris (1983-1993), Deputy mayor of Paris (1989-1993), Mayor of Moulins (since 1995), President of the urban community of Moulins (since its creation in 2001), Member of the Allier (1993-1995 and 2002-2007) and Minister of Housing (1995-1997).

Aurélie Tristant

Aurélie Tristant, representative of Banque Palatine on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Rouen Business School.
Aurélie Tristant is a member of the Executive Committee of Banque Palatine, which she joined in 1988 as as a Credit Analyst in the Commitments Department.
Four years later, she was seconded to Sanpaolo IMI in New York.
In 1993, she was appointed Head of Special Affairs.
Two years later, she was promoted to Director of mixed branches (private and business customers) in Paris and the Paris region, then Director of the central branch, and Director of the Paris West and North of France region.
In 2009, she is appointed Marketing Director of Banque Palatine.
Since 2014, Aurélie Tristant has served as Market Director for companies at Banque Palatine.
Aurélie Tristant is also co-founder of the "Palatine au Féminin".

Duval

Contact 12, rue Cambon
75001, Paris

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Aurélie Tristant

Aurélie Tristant, representative of Banque Palatine on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Rouen Business School.
Aurélie Tristant is a member of the Executive Committee of Banque Palatine, which she joined in 1988 as as a Credit Analyst in the Commitments Department.
Four years later, she was seconded to Sanpaolo IMI in New York.
In 1993, she was appointed Head of Special Affairs.
Two years later, she was promoted to Director of mixed branches (private and business customers) in Paris and the Paris region, then Director of the central branch, and Director of the Paris West and North of France region.
In 2009, she is appointed Marketing Director of Banque Palatine.
Since 2014, Aurélie Tristant has served as Market Director for companies at Banque Palatine.
Aurélie Tristant is also co-founder of the "Palatine au Féminin".

Axel Bernia

Axel Bernia, representative of Naxicap Partners on the supervisory board, is graduated from HEC.
Axel Bernia began his career in strategy consulting at McKinsey & Co before joining SNCF in 2004 to work on launching from iDTGV.
Then, he joined the Smartbox Group and became Chief Executive Officer from 2006 to 2013.
He joined Naxicap Partners in 2014, as Associate Director and Member of the Management Board.
He currently works with Clinique Internationale du Parc Monceau, Ecotel Chomette Favorite, Adcash, Trustteam, Maxi Bazar and France Hospitality.

Duval

Contact 5 rue de Monttessuy
75007, Paris

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Axel Bernia

Axel Bernia, representative of Naxicap Partners on the supervisory board, is graduated from HEC.
Axel Bernia began his career in strategy consulting at McKinsey & Co before joining SNCF in 2004 to work on launching from iDTGV.
Then, he joined the Smartbox Group and became Chief Executive Officer from 2006 to 2013.
He joined Naxicap Partners in 2014, as Associate Director and Member of the Management Board.
He currently works with Clinique Internationale du Parc Monceau, Ecotel Chomette Favorite, Adcash, Trustteam, Maxi Bazar and France Hospitality.

Luc Carpentier

Luc Carpentier, representative of Banque Populaire Val de France on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Institut Supérieur de Gestion in Paris.
Luc Carpentier began his career at BRED Banque Populaire and joined Banque Populaire du Midi in 1991 (later Banque Populaire du Sud) as Group Director and then Commercial Director.
In 1994, he became a member of the branch network operations committee.
In 2012, he was appointed Chairman of the Board of the Caisse d'Épargne d'Alsace.
Since 2017, Luc Carpentier has been the Managing Director of Banque Populaire Val de France.

Duval

Contact 9 avenue Isaac Newton
78180, Montigny-le-bretonneux

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Luc Carpentier

Luc Carpentier, representative of Banque Populaire Val de France on the supervisory board, is graduated from the Institut Supérieur de Gestion in Paris.
Luc Carpentier began his career at BRED Banque Populaire and joined Banque Populaire du Midi in 1991 (later Banque Populaire du Sud) as Group Director and then Commercial Director.
In 1994, he became a member of the branch network operations committee.
In 2012, he was appointed Chairman of the Board of the Caisse d'Épargne d'Alsace.
Since 2017, Luc Carpentier has been the Managing Director of Banque Populaire Val de France.

Investment Committee

The investment committee is chaired by Eric Ranjard and made up of 4 members. The investment committee issues opinions on investment or disinvestment projects proposed by the management. A majority of the members take the decisions. The decisions are communicated to the supervisory board which decides on the decisions. The external members designated as members of the investment committee are appointed due to their professional experience which will bring real and recognised expertise to the investment committee.

  • ÉRIC RANJARD
  • JEAN-MICHEL BOUKHERS
  • PASCAL FRELAUX, representative of Suravenir
  • CHANTAL DU RIVAU
  • THIERRY QUERNE, representative of BPVF

Audit Committee

The audit commitee is mainly composed of supervisory board's members. Those members are experts in finance and management. The audit committee provides assistance and issues opinions to the supervisory board for financial and accounting matters. It also ensures respect of the procedures for in-house advice and the monitoring of risks with respect to Patrimoine & Commerce.

  • CHRISTIAN LOUIS-VICTOR
  • LYDIA LE CLAIR
  • EMMANUEL CHABAS

Remuneration Committee

The remuneration committee is composed of 3 members. It issues opinions or recommendations to the supervisory board regarding the remuneration of the managers and members of the supervisory board.

  • JEAN-MICHEL BOUKHERS
  • CHANTAL DU RIVAU
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