French investment firm Tikehau Capital Advisors (Tikehau) has welcomed a new shareholder. Its historic partner, Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, a subsidiary of French group Crédit Mutuel, will take a 6.8% stake in its capital.
The deal, which has been revealed by the French newspaper Les Echos, has been confirmed by Tikehau.
Amundi and Unicredit, current shareholders of Tikehau, will see their shares slightly dropping. Amundi’s share will account for 6.8% against 7.3% of Tikehau’s capital before whilst Unicredit will own 2.2% of Tikehau against 2.3% previously.
The share of Tikehau’s founders and managers in the firm’s capital will also decrease from 90.4% to 84.2% after the entering of Crédit Mutuel Arkéa.
Crédit Mutuel Arkéa still owns 12.8% of Tikehau IM, the asset manager arm of Tikehau.
Tikehau has recorded €1.6bn of net inflows in 2014, of which €1.3bn come from Tikehau IM, according to Les Echos.
Tikehau manages over €5bn for institutional and private investors in various asset classes (listed and private equity, credit, private debt and real estate).