The Palmes d’Or des Jeunes Actionnaires (Young Shareholders awards) were established in 2016 by the EDHEC Business School and the F2iC (Fédération des investisseurs individuels et des clubs d’investissement — a French federation of individual investors and investment clubs). Every year, the awards recognize companies that are the most attractive to young and future shareholders.
With support from prestigious sponsors since the start, these awards have given a voice to younger generations and demonstrate that they are increasingly interested in individual shareholding.
This sixth edition, sponsored by Olivia Grégoire, the French Minister of State for the Social Inclusive and Responsible Economy, gave the Palme d’Or (gold award) to the Air Liquide Group for its engagement with its shareholders.
Patrick Renard, Director of Air Liquide Shareholder Services, receiving the Palme d'Or (gold award).
Winners of the Palmes d’Or are selected using a dual process:
Article published on July 02, 2021