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About us

What is VINCI's corporate purpose?

We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all.
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What is VINCI's revenue?

In 2015, VINCI generated €38.5bn in revenue.
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When was the VINCI brand created?

The VINCI brand was created in 2000 following the merger of Société Générale d’entreprises (SGE) with the Grands Travaux de Marseille (GTM) Group. The name honours the many-faceted genius of Leonardo da VINCI, one of the most important figures of the universal cultural heritage, and anchors the company in the values of humanism, technical resourcefulness and inventiveness.
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What does the VINCI logo symbolise?

The logo is made up of the connectors used by the cathedral builders. It symbolises durable construction and the world of networks and information technologies.
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Careers

Why join VINCI?

At VINCI, we recruit people as much for what they are as for what they do. If you are curious, bold, creative and generous, you will feel at home at VINCI.
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Where can I find VINCI's job postings?

You can find the Group's latest job openings and the opportunities best suited to your profile in our career pages.
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Does VINCI have programmes designed for students?

In addition to training courses, VINCI promotes the induction of young talent by offering work-study programmes, a VIE international company volunteer programme and programmes designed to help students put together a career plan.
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In how many countries does VINCI operate?

VINCI operates in more than 100 countries.
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How many people does VINCI employ?

In 2015, the VINCI Group employed more than 185,000 people in more than 100 countries.
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Governance

Who is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of VINCI?

Xavier Huillard has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of VINCI since 2010.
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What is the VINCI Group's governance structure?

The Board of Directors, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and the Vice-Chairman and Senior Director make up the Group's three-part governance structure.
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Who are the VINCI Group's directors?

The Board of Directors of the VINCI Group, whose work is organised by the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, is made up of 14 directors, including five women.
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Group

Why did the Group choose the name VINCI?

The name VINCI honours the many-faceted genius of Leonardo da VINCI, one of the most important figures of the universal cultural heritage, and anchors the company in the values of humanism, technical mettle and inventiveness. The logo symbolises the connectors that the cathedral builders used to attach stones to each other.
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What are VINCI's core businesses?

VINCI is a global player in concessions and construction.
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In how many countries does VINCI operate?

VINCI operates in more than 100 countries.
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How many people does VINCI employ?

In 2015, the VINCI Group employed more than 185,000 people in more than 100 countries.
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What is a PPP?

A PPP or public-private partnership is an all-encompassing long-term contract between a public authority (central or local government, public entity) and a private partner, who will design, finance and build (or upgrade) the object of the concession (infrastructure or facility such as a building, stadium, road, bridge, rail line or airport needed for public service) and then operate and maintain it, often for 20, 30 or even 70 years.
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How VINCI became VINCI

The history of VINCI goes back to the 19th century. Building on the legacy of hundreds of companies brought together in a convoluted series of mergers, acquisitions, combinations and changes in shareholdings, the VINCI Group is structured around a culture of entrepreneurship.
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Where is VINCI's head office?

The Group's head office is in Rueil-Malmaison, France.
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Investors

What is VINCI's revenue?

In 2015, VINCI generated €38.5bn in revenue.
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What is the Group's dividend policy?

The VINCI Group's attractive and unvarying dividend policy consists of distributing 50% of its consolidated net income.
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Where can I find the dates of publication of the VINCI financial statements?

All financial information (statements, press releases, upcoming events) can be directly accessed in the investors section.
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How can I get a copy of the Group's annual report?

The annual reports of the VINCI Group can be downloaded from the investors section.
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Where is l’action VINCI listed?

VINCI is listed on le Euronext Paris and is included in the official CAC40 index.
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Where can I obtain documentation about VINCI and its subsidiaries?

Click on the “Investors” tab and go to the “Publications” page, where you can download and/or order various documents published by VINCI, including:
- the annual reports of VINCI and its subsidiariesthe annual reports of VINCI and its subsidiaries;;
- financial transactions;
- presentations;
- financial press releases.
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Media

What does the VINCI logo symbolise?

The logo is made up of the connectors used by the cathedral builders. It symbolises durable construction and the world of networks and information technologies.
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What is the music used in VINCI's advertising campaign?

The music in VINCI's advertising campaign is Etienne Perruchon's "Dogora".
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When was the VINCI brand created?

The VINCI brand was created in 2000 following the merger of Société Générale d’entreprises (SGE) with the Grands Travaux de Marseille (GTM) Group. The name honours the many-faceted genius of Leonardo da VINCI, one of the most important figures of the universal cultural heritage, and anchors the company in the values of humanism, technical resourcefulness and inventiveness.
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R&D and Innovation

What are the goals of the Group's R&D policy?

At VINCI, R&D is headed by an international committee that brings together the science and technical heads of the various business lines. Its goal is to develop technically, economically and environmentally efficient products, processes and solutions.
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What is the VINCI Group's innovation policy?

To step up the transformation and optimisation of their activities, all Group companies generate synergies, forge partnerships and engage in collaborative projects with innovative startups. The biennial VINCI Innovation Awards Competition is organised to encourage the Group's companies and teams to develop hands-on grassroots initiatives.
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What is the Group's approach to the sustainable city?

VINCI set up the Chair in Ecodesign of Buildings and Infrastructure in partnership with three ParisTech graduate schools to encourage the emergence of new eco-urban planning and biodiversity concepts and tools. The Fabrique de la Cité think tank, which focuses on urban innovation, promotes pioneering initiatives by setting the stage for discussion among the various stakeholders.
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Shareholders

What is the role of the Shareholders' General Meeting?

The Shareholders' General Meeting can be ordinary, extraordinary or ordinary and extraordinary. It meets at least once a year and provides a special opportunity to keep shareholders informed about the VINCI Group's performance and outlook.
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Who can attend the Shareholders' General Meeting?

All shareholders can attend the Shareholders' General Meeting. To attend, you must be a VINCI shareholder prior to the date of the meeting. The Shareholders' General Meeting is announced several weeks ahead of time on the VINCI website, via the French bulletin of compulsory legal notices (BALO) at least 30 days before the date of the meeting and via an announcement published in the press.
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What is the date of the next VINCI Shareholders Meeting?

The shareholders’ meeting will be held on 20 April 2017 at Carrousel du Louvre – Paris.
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What is the Group's dividend policy?

The VINCI Group's attractive and unvarying dividend policy consists of distributing 50% of its consolidated net income.
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What is the largest VINCI shareholder?

On 31 December 2015, the employee savings scheme, which covers 117,000 current and former Group employees, held 9.4% of the Group's share capital and constituted the largest VINCI shareholder.
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Where is l’action VINCI listed?

VINCI is listed on le Euronext Paris and is included in the official CAC40 index.
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How can I buy VINCI shares?

You can buy VINCI shares by placing an order with your financial intermediary (bank, post office savings bank, broker, etc.), who will forward it to the stock market for execution. Your holding will be in the form of “bearer shares”.
Alternatively, you can purchase shares directly through our registered securities department, CM-CIC Securities – Middle Office Emetteur, at:

CM-CIC Securities – Middle Office Emetteur
6 avenue de Provence
75441 Paris Cedex 09
Tel: +33 1 45 96 77 40
Your holding in this case will be in the form of “registered shares”.
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Does VINCI have a shareholders’ club?

VINCI created its Shareholders’ Club at the end of 2004. It is open to all VINCI shareholders and offers them numerous benefits.
If you are an individual VINCI shareholder with at least one VINCI share, all you have to do to become a member of VINCI’s Shareholders’ Club is complete and submit this form together with a recent share ownership certificate provided by your bank.
You will receive a confirmation letter within a few weeks. The envelope will also include a Château de Versailles admission card for two people, a Shareholder’s Guide, the dates of visits to our sites, invitations to information meetings in France and to the Actionaria trade fair held in Paris in November each year.
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When does VINCI publish its financial results?

You can find the dates in the “Diary” page of the “Finance” section of our website.

By clicking on “News update”, you will find all VINCI’s press releases on subjects including annual and interim results, information about the Shareholders Meeting and so on depending on the time of year.

You can also receive press releases automatically by e-mail by subscribing to this service.
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How does VINCI communicate with its shareholders?

The www.vinci.com website provides a great deal of information for shareholders.

By clicking on the “Finance” tab, you can check the share price and its performance over the past five days, read analysts’ reviews, the financial diary, and documentation such as the annual report.

By clicking on the “Shareholders” tab, you can access the shareholders’ newsletter (available in French only), Shareholders’ Club, diary and Shareholder Guide.

And if you click on the “News update” tab, all VINCI’s press releases will appear. Depending on the time of year, the most recent will include information about our annual and interim results, or the Shareholders Meeting.
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Sustainable development

What is the main focus of VINCI's sustainable development policy?

The Group's sustainable development policy is based on its Together Manifesto, Code of Ethics and Conduct and commitment to the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact. Above and beyond economic performance, the VINCI Group is committed to the workforce-related, social and environmental performance of its business activities.
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What is the main focus of VINCI's climate strategy?

In all its business lines, the Group strives to limit the environmental impact of its companies. The latter develop solutions that help reduce the amount of materials used for construction works and the energy consumed by the completed structures. They also strive to protect biodiversity. VINCI undertakes to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2020.
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What is your health and safety policy?

At VINCI, We reject the idea that workplace accidents are unavoidable and commit to the "Zero Accidents" objective. Safety, the absolute priority, is the responsibility of our managers. The VINCI health and safety policy applies to everyone working on our worksites and in the facilities we operate (employees, temporary personnel, subcontractor employees and users of the infrastructure we manage).
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What is your diversity policy?

VINCI pursues a proactive diversity and equality policy based on audits carried out in about 100 Group companies. The policy is designed to combat all forms of discrimination in hiring and in the workplace, with a special focus on women, people with disabilities, seniors and people of diverse backgrounds.
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How do you take part in the fight against climate change?

Since 2007, VINCI has pursued a programme designed to reduce and control greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and has measured its emissions in accordance with the ISO 14064 standard drawn up by 175 international experts from 45 countries. The Group's environmental reporting system culminates in an annual report submitted to the statutory auditors.
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