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Faurecia S.E. (EO.PA)

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47,85+0,43 (+0,91 %)
À partir de 11:46AM CET. Marché ouvert.
Plein écran
Clôture précédente47,42
Ouverture47,35
Offre0,00 x 0
Vente0,00 x 0
Var. jour46,63 - 48,04
Sur 52 semaines20,58 - 48,04
Volume96 959
Volume moyen435 298
Cap. boursière6,551B
Bêta (mensuel sur 5 ans)2,09
Rapport P/E (sur 12 mois)S.O.
BPA (sur 12 mois)S.O.
Date de bénéficesS.O.
Dividende et rendement à termeS.O. (S.O.)
Date ex-dividende31 mai 2019
Objectif sur 1 anS.O.
  • Globe Newswire

    Information relating to the total number of voting rights and shares forming the share capital

    Nanterre, 5 March 2021 Total number of voting rights and shares forming the share capital (Article L.233-8 II of the French Commercial Code and Article 223-16 of the General Regulation of the French Financial Markets Authority)__________________ Trading place: Euronext Paris Compartment: A ISIN code: FR0000121147 LEI code: 969500F0VMZLK2IULV85 Date Number of shares Total number of voting rights (theoretical)* 28 February 2021 138,035,801 139,573,493 * In accordance with the provisions of Article 223-11 of the General Regulation of the French Financial Markets Authority, the total number of voting rights (theoretical) is calculated on the basis of all the shares to which voting rights are attached, including the shares deprived of voting rights. Inclusion in the bylaws of a clause that requires crossing thresholds declaration in addition to that related to legal thresholds: yes Attachment declarationvraasat28February2021

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    Information relative au nombre total de droits de vote et d'actions composant le capital

    Nanterre, le 5 mars 2021 Nombre total de droits de vote et d’actions composant le capital (Article L.233-8 II du Code de commerce et article 223-16 du Règlement général de l’Autorité des marchés financiers)__________________ Place de cotation : Euronext Paris Compartiment : A Code ISIN : FR0000121147 Code LEI : 969500F0VMZLK2IULV85 Date Nombre d’actions Nombre total de droits de vote (théoriques)* 28 février 2021 138 035 801 139 573 493 *Conformément aux dispositions de l’article 223-11 du Règlement général de l’Autorité des marchés financiers, le nombre total de droits de vote (théoriques) est calculé sur la base de l'ensemble des actions auxquelles sont attachés des droits de vote, y compris les actions privées de droit de vote. Présence dans les statuts d'une clause imposant une obligation de déclaration de franchissement de seuil complémentaire de celle ayant trait aux seuils légaux : oui Pièce jointe declarationddvactionsau28février2021

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    New perspectives - 2021 Faurecia's capital markets day

    Nanterre (France), February 22, 2021 NEW PERSPECTIVES - 2021 FAURECIA'S CAPITAL MARKETS DAY Strategy focused on Cockpit of the Future and Sustainable Mobility confirms its potential for strong sustainable profitable growth All 2022 targets confirmedMore than +500 bps average annual sales outperformance 2020-2025 to reach close to €25 billion sales in 2025Cumulated net cash flow > €4 billion over five years (2021-2025) Unique position in zero emissions hydrogen solutions will allow Faurecia to become a leader in hydrogen mobility with €500 million of sales in 2025 and > €3.5 billion in 2030 (including Symbio at 100%) Strong Convictions and Values drive Faurecia’s sustainability initiatives and in particular its ambition to be CO2 neutral by 2030 Upcoming change in Faurecia’s shareholding structure will offer new opportunities At its Capital Markets Day held on 22 February, Faurecia demonstrated its strong profitable growth potential across each of its Business Groups driven by record order intake and innovation. Faurecia detailed its 2022 financial targets and 2025 ambition for the Group and each of its Business Groups. The Group also highlighted its strong focus on zero emissions hydrogen solutions and its ESG strategy, in particular its CO2 neutral program. Patrick Koller, Chief Executive Officer, said “Despite the current economic crisis, Faurecia has continued to deploy its strategy focused on the Cockpit of the Future and Sustainable Mobility. Our strong investment in innovation supported by a best-in-class ecosystem will enable each of our Business Groups to increase content per vehicle and market share. Overall, the Group will strongly outperform the market over the next five years, and is particularly well-positioned in the fast-growing premium, electric and commercial vehicle segments as well as in China. As hydrogen mobility rapidly gains momentum, our investment in fuel cell technologies will enable us to become a leader in both hydrogen storage systems and fuel cell stack systems through Symbio, our joint venture with Michelin. The decision of Stellantis to distribute its participation in Faurecia to its shareholders will increase our free float, improve our capital market profile and allow us to affirm our business strategy as an independent company. As we open a new chapter in our history, we are looking forward to an ambitious and sustainable future.” Group figures 2022 target 2025 ambition 2021 to 2025 Sales ≥ €18.5bn ≥ €24.5bn Organic CAGR c. +11%Average outperformance > +500bps Operating margin 8% of sales > 8% of sales Net Cash Flow 4% of sales close to 4.5% of sales Cumulated 5-year > €4bn Seating: Strong sales acceleration and market outperformanceSeating will show strong market outperformance of +600 bps between 2020 and 2025 driven by innovation and increased content per vehicle for enhanced occupant experiences, modularity and sustainability. Faurecia’s Seat for the Planet will reduce CO2 emissions by 30% in 2030 and reduce weight by 15%. Seating will double its sales in both China and North America between 2020 and 2025, outperforming the market in both regions by over +1,000 bps. Operational excellence and an optimum product portfolio will drive operating margin to ≥ 7.5% in 2025. Interiors: Accelerating growth and continuous performance improvementInteriors accelerated its transformation in 2020 through the integration of SAS Interior Modules and a focus on the core product lines in which it is market leader. The Business Group also accelerated the development of bio-sourced and recyclable materials providing significant weight, energy and CO2 reduction. The Business Group will show accelerated growth in the fast-growing high-value premium and electric vehicle market segments and in North America. Interiors will outperform the market by +400 bps between 2020 and 2025. Increased competitiveness will be driven by operational and process excellence and will drive the operating margin to ≥ 7.5% in 2025. Clarion Electronics: Turnaround on track and 2025 targets confirmedThe integration of Clarion Electronics is now complete with over €80 million savings achieved in 2020 and €2.5 billion order intake as compared to the €2.1 billion targeted. The Business Group, which is a key enabler of Cockpit of the Future, is focused on three product lines: Cockpit Electronics, Display Technologies and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. For each of these product lines the Business Group is well positioned with its core products and is expanding rapidly in key high-growth and profitability segments. In 2025, Clarion Electronics will reach sales of €2.5 billion, a well-balanced product line mix and a strongly diversified customer base. Profitability in 2025 will be close to the Group average at ≥ 7.5%. Clean Mobility: Three product lines for profitable growth in the short, medium and long-termPowertrain electrification continues to gain momentum and Faurecia estimates that there will be 30% full electric vehicles (battery and fuel cell) in 2030. Clean Mobility will strengthen its leadership position in ultra-low emissions for passenger vehicles. Its technologies will drive increased content per vehicle in particular for the fast-growing hybrid vehicle market. In the commercial vehicles and industry market, content per vehicle will significantly increase by 2030 driven by new regulations and Faurecia will increase its market share and more than double sales. The cash generated by ultra-low emissions will fuel Faurecia’s acceleration in hydrogen technologies.Hydrogen mobility will be a €17 billion market of 2.5 million vehicles in 2030. Faurecia is uniquely positioned to become a leader in this market in both hydrogen storage and distribution systems and in fuel cell stacks and systems through Symbio, its joint venture with Michelin. Faurecia is targeting an order intake of €500 million in 2021 and sales will begin to accelerate from 2022 to reach €500 million in 2025 and more than €3.5 billion in by 2030. Business Group Seating Interiors Clean Mobility Clarion Electronics 2022 2025 2022 2025 2022 2025 2022 2025 Sales €7.5bn >€9.5bn €5.5bn >€6.5bn €4.5bn €5.8bn €1.4bn €2.5bn Operating margin ≥ 7% ≥ 7.5% ≥ 7% ≥ 7.5% 11.5% ≥ 11.5% 6% ≥ 7.5% Convictions and values drive sustainability initiativesFaurecia has strong Convictions and Values which drive its initiatives for sustainability of which CO2 neutrality and gender diversity are two major priorities. The Group targets 30% female managers and professionals and 24% of females in the top 300 by 2025. It will achieve this by a strong focus on female recruitment, training and development. The Group’s program for CO2 neutrality has two key milestones which have been validated by the SBTi. By 2025 the Group will be CO2 neutral in its operations and will eliminate 920kt of CO2. By 2030 it will eliminate an additional 4 Mt of CO2 through reducing emissions in its products across all of its Business Groups. Faurecia is working across the full value chain and in partnership with Schneider Electric to achieve its ambition. Transforming profitable growth into cash generationNet cash flow will reach 4% of sales in 2022 and close to 4.5% in 2025 driven in particular by increased profitability, selectivity in Capex and improvement in working capital. Overall, the Group will generate a cumulated net cash flow of over €4 billion by 2025. Faurecia confirms its net cash flow allocation strategy with 40% for dividends and share repurchases and 60% for deleveraging and bolt-on acquisitions. The Group’s sound financial structure and continuous debt reduction will give a net-debt-to-EBITDA ratio at year-end of around 1x from 2022. Upcoming change in Faurecia’s shareholding structureResulting from the merger between FCA and PSA, the newly created Stellantis will distribute in kind to its shareholders its Faurecia shares representing c. 39% of the capital of the company. Stellantis has announced that an extraordinary general meeting will take place on 8 March 2021 to approve the distribution. This opens a new chapter for Faurecia and will increase its free float to c. 85%, improve its capital market profile and allow it to affirm its business strategy as an independent company. In order to engage employees in Faurecia’s future development, the Group will launch an employee shareholding plan after the spin-off. This will be a non-dilutive plan through a share buyback program of up to a maximum of 2% of the share capital and will be open to around 90% of employees in 15 countries. Market assumptionsFaurecia expects worldwide automotive production to reach 82.3 million vehicles in 2022 and 90.9 million in 2025. This represents an annual average growth of 5.2% between 2020 and 2025. Faurecia's new perspectives presentation will be available at 1:00pm today (Paris time) on the Faurecia website: www.faurecia.com. A webcast will be held today at 1:30pm (Paris time). If you wish to follow the presentation using the webcast, please access the following link: https://channel.royalcast.com/faurecia-en/#!/faurecia-en/20210222_2 You may also follow the presentation via conference call: France: +33 (0)1 76 77 28 19United Kingdom: +44 (0)330 336 9411United States: +1 323-994-2093Confirmation code: 7999151 A replay will be available as soon as possible ContactsPressEric FOHLEN-WEILLCorporate communications DirectorTel: +33 (0)1 72 36 72 58eric.fohlen-weill@faurecia.com Analysts/InvestorsMarc MAILLETHead of Investor RelationsTel: +33 (0)1 72 36 75 70marc.maillet@faurecia.com Anne-Sophie JUGEANDeputy Head of Investor RelationsTel: +33 (0)1 72 36 71 31annesophie.jugean@faurecia.com About FaureciaFounded in 1997, Faurecia has grown to become a major player in the global automotive industry. With 266 industrial sites, 39 R&D centers and 114,000 employees in 35 countries, Faurecia is a global leader in its four areas of business: Seating, Interiors, Clarion Electronics and Clean Mobility. Faurecia has focused its technology strategy on providing solutions for the “Cockpit of the Future” and “Sustainable Mobility”. In 2020, the Group posted sales of €14.7 billion. Faurecia is listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange. For more information, please visit www.faurecia.com Attachment Press release CMD final