Passionate about those who do,
who create and want to move lines,
the GENEO team's only ambition
is to serve the ambition of each
generation of entrepreneurs
"Europe is full of builder-builder entrepreneurs, builders of great entrepreneurial stories that will span generations. They are Europe's past, present and future. They are our pride and joy. GENEO is their Community. »
"Builders can help other entrepreneurs to become so. Throughout the territories, SMEs and ETIs, which are innovative in their markets, can accelerate their growth and become European or international leaders. By creating entrepreneurial capital, GENEO gives them the means to achieve their ambitions. »
"Equity is a prerequisite for sustainable growth. At GENEO, we have decided to distribute a significant portion of the earnings from investments in SMEs and ETIs to an endowment fund to enable new generations, particularly in neglected french territories, to launch their own business.
We want to promote a longer-term and more responsible vision of finance, and therefore more efficient, through this virtuous recycling of value. »
Making a positive impact
At GENEO, we defend a concrete approach to social and environmental responsibility, and offer SMEs and ETIs progress approaches adapted to their size and activity.
To this end, GENEO has designed a CSR self-diagnosis that makes it possible to identify, on around fifteen major topics, the company's strong points and areas of progress.
GENEO supports managers in defining realistic and measurable objectives, integrated into the Growth Portfolio and monitored throughout the investment period. The GENEO expert platform is mobilized to support the manager in the implementation of these actions.
Expanding the impact
A fair sharing
of the value
At GENEO, we believe that value creation must benefit as many people as possible. That is why we are committed to distributing the value created by our investments.
In supported companies, we encourage value sharing measures with employees.
Within the management team, GENEO has set up a profit-sharing scheme for all employees, allowing the whole team to be aligned and united.
In the territories: to ensure that the value generated benefits the company as a whole, the team has committed to pay one third of its carried interest to an endowment fund. This fund will complement the philanthropic actions of the members of the GENEO Community, aimed in particular at job creation in the territories and long-term societal projects.
Born from a public-private background, Fanny is one of the specialists of SMEs and ETI in France and wants to reconcile private equity and family capitalism.
François, a project and talent developer, a complete finance professional from major banking groups, wants to give meaning to evergreen investment.
As an investment professional, Delphine likes to understand the challenges of companies and to support them in their development.
As an engineer before joining the private equity industry, François likes to commit himself and to be at the service of the companies he accompanies in the execution of their development strategies.
An investment professional and specialist in external growth, Marc loves meaningful entrepreneurial projects and is committed to accelerating business development.
Support to investments
Sustainability and sustainable growth are the two issues that drive Anaïs in the support it offers to companies invested by GENEO. Anaïs is in charge of the implementation of the growth charts.
Rodolphe has carried out experience in investment funds and internal strategy in SMEs/ETIs, and wants to contribute to the emancipation of entrepreneurial capital.
Louis joins GENEO in order to combine performance and meaning, and to be at the side of entrepreneurs in achieving their ambitions, with stamina and a positive spirit.
In charge of the middle office, Séverine also ensures the smooth running of the GENEO team. For her, well-being at work is one of the conditions for success.
GENEO Capital Entrepreneur aims for sustainable growth and the highest levels of performance, for itself and for the companies in which it invests. This requires strong and sound governance.
In this perspective, GENEO has chosen to have 2 bodies to constitute it:
A General Assembly, where all the members of the Community, investors in GENEO, exercise their rights as shareholders.
A Strategic Committee that oversees the sound legal and financial management of GENEO and reports to the General Assembly
From top to bottom and from left to right, members of GENEO's Strategic Committee: Michel Lamboley (President), François Rivolier (GENEO), Frédéric Oudéa (Societe Generale), Fanny Letier (GENEO) and Claude Jottrand (Vedihold).