From January 2020, Unieuro is a real public company, with a free float exceeding 85% of the share capital.
This new status has been achieved following the gradual divestment of private equity manager Rhône, which zeroed its shareholdings – initially equal to 70.5% – through the IPO on the Italian Stock Exchange (April 2017) and three more placements.
Based on available information, Unieuro major shareholders are Alfa S.r.l. (Dixons Carphone plc) with a 7.2% stake, Amundi Asset Management with a 5.6% stake, some shareholders linked to Silvestrini family the holding together 5.6% and some top-managers of Unieuro with an overall 2% stake.
Current free float, including shares belonging to Amundi, is approx. 85.2%.
Sources: Consob; according to the Shareholders’ Register at 1 August 2019
- Institutional and Retail Investors
- Amundi Asset Management
- Alfa S.r.l. (Dixons Carphone plc)
- Some shareholders linked to Silvestrini family
- Some top-managers of Unieuro
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