How many Air Liquide shares are there in total? How many individual shareholders were there when the company was created? Here is a series of questions & answers and key figures about Air Liquide shareholding.
How many individual shareholders were there when the company was created?
When Air Liquide was founded in 1902, 24 individual shareholders invested in the company.
Today, the Group has 470,000 shareholders, 50,000 of which became new shareholders in 2020.
How many Air Liquide shares are there in total?
On December 31, 2020, Air Liquide’s share capital was composed of 473,660,724 shares.
What share of the capital do individual shareholders own?
Among the companies in the CAC 40, Air Liquide has the largest share of capital owned by its individual shareholders. These shareholders account for 33% of the company’s share capital!
What service to support Air Liquide shareholders on a daily basis?
Air Liquide has a dedicated Shareholder Services team at its Head Office. More than 30 experts are available to answer shareholders’ questions.
What is the SCC?
In 1987, Air Liquide was the first company to set up a Shareholders’ Communication Committee (SCC).
Chaired by Benoît Potier, this committee is composed of 12 shareholders appointed for a period of three years.
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