Unieuro went public on 4 April 2017 following an Initial Public Offering, through which its majority shareholder - Italian Electronics Holdings S.r.l. (I.E.H.) – sold to institutional investors the 35% of Unieuro’s share capital, including the exercise of the over-allotment option.
On 6 September 2017, I.E.H. sold an additional 17.5% stake on the market through an accelerated bookbuilding, decreasing its total shareholding to 48%. Current free float is approx. 52%.
Following the non-proportional demerger of I.E.H. announced on 17 October 2017, Unieuro major shareholders – through fiduciary company Monte Paschi Fiduciaria S.p.A. - are Italian Electronics Holdings (controlled by private equity fund Rhone Capital) with 33.8% stake, DSG European Investments Limited (Dixons Carphone) with 7.2% stake, Silvestrini family with 4.7% stake and Unieuro's top management with 2.3% stake.
On 24 September 2018, Amundi Asset Management, Europe’s largest asset manager by assets under management and ranking in the top 10 globally, announced a 5% shareholding in the Company.
- Italian Electronics Holding
- DSG European Investments Limited (Dixons Carphone)
- Silvestrini family
- Unieuro management
- Amundi Asset Management
- Other Investors
View and download the reference documents for the Shareholders' Agreements of Unieuro S.p.A.
Excerpt from the Shareholders’ Agreements of Unieuro S.p.A. (available in Italian only)Read