• Sponsorship

    Natixis is involved in a number of sponsorship and patronage initiatives in line with its key values.

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    Natixis’ sport sponsoring and patronage activities focus on sporting projects with collective ambitions. Natixis shares with its clients and staff values inherent to sport such as solidarity, and particularly those conveyed by the Olympic movement and the world of rugby.

    Natixis, Premium Partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games

    Since January 1, 2019, Natixis has been a Premium Partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This unique experience is an invitation for our clients and staff to share common values and a passion for sport ahead of the event.

    Natixis and rugby, a lasting partnership

    Since 2007, Natixis has chosen to work alongside a team, a collective, in a partnership founded on close ties and humanity. Natixis is the official sponsor of Racing 92, the historic French rugby club. 

    Natixis sides with Racing 92 in order to:

    • support the development of young talent (training center)
    • embed the values of teamwork and sport in the young (rugby schools)
    • help Racing 92 win a first European title (Champions Cup)
    • assist the club in its campaign for another French national title (TOP 14)

    Charitable races and walks

    Run, walk and engage! Many Natixis staff take part in races and walks in favor of causes they hold dear. Each year, for example, they take part in the Course du Cœur and Odysséa Paris events in France, as well as in charity races in Milan, London, New York, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, etc.

    Natixis supports numerous social solidarity and charitable initiatives all over the world.


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    Since 2004, Natixis has taken on the role of sponsor in a number of cultural projects. Initially heavily involved in the conservation and restoration of major works, Natixis has gradually shifted its focus towards making culture widely accessible to the general public. Today, the company sustainably supports institutions that exhibit the treasures of our cultural heritage, particularly in the fields of painting and music.


    Natixis strives, through music, to contribute to the transmission of culture, to provide all audiences access to music and to foster tomorrow's talents.

    Paintings and exhibitions

    Natixis works side by side with cultural institutions, primarily supporting painting exhibitions, and making it possible for thousands of visitors to discover artistic masterpieces both old and new. 

    2019-2020 : “From Van Gogh to Picasso: treasures of the Guggenheim” (Italy)

    • Affiche De Van Gogh à Picasso - chefs-d’œuvre du GuggenheimNatixis, sponsor of the exhibition “From Van Gogh to Picasso: treasures of the Guggenheim” held at the royal palace (Palazzo Reale) in Milan from the 16th of October to the 9th of March 2020.

      Following the company’s donation, the Thannhauser collection, including works by the likes of Van Gogh and Picasso, left the Guggenheim museum in New York to come to Europe for the first time. Having been exhibited in Bilbao in Spain, Aix en Provence in France and Milan in Italy, the collection returned to New York where it will remain for the next 50 years at the Guggenheim.

    2018-2019: "Le cubisme"

    • Affiche exposition Le Cubisme (2018)

      Natixis is a Major Partner of the “Le Cubisme” exhibition on show at the Centre Pompidou from October 17, 2018 until February 25, 2019.

      Through an array of 300 works, the exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of one of modern art history’s founding movements.  It highlights the inventiveness of the artists, as well as the depth and wide variety of this artistic standpoint. Visitors will be treated to an unprecedented galaxy of cubist masterpieces.

    2019 - "Bouquet of Tulips", de Jeff Koons

    • Natixis sponsor Bouquet of Tulips Jeff Koons 300pxNatixis counts itself among the sponsors of Jeff Koons’ "Bouquet of Tulips", a work gifted to the city of Paris as a token of the American people’s support for Parisians and Frenchmen and women who were bereaved by the attacks of 2015-2016.

      This initiative testifies to the Franco-American dimension of Natixis, which has had a presence in the United States since its inception, notably in New York and Boston.


      Read the press release 

    2017: Villa Necchi

    • Natixis will be sponsoring a new permanent exhibit from FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano) in the Villa Necchi Campiglio, a historical home located in the heart of Milan.

      Disegno villa Necchi  Gabriella De PaoliThe new permanent exhibit features previously unseen drawings by great masters of the 20th century, including Picasso, Matisse or Modigliani. The exhibit, opened on November 14, 2017, includes 21 drawings, created between 1910 and 1960.

    2017: Pop Art

    • Roy Lichtenstein, Girl in Window (Study for World’s Fair Mural), 1963 petit

      Natixis is the sponsor of the "Pop Art - Icons That Matter" exhibition, presented at the Maillol Museum in Paris, from September 22, 2017 to January 21, 2018.

      This exhibition is the result of an exceptional collaboration between the Maillol Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, a must-see institution of modern and contemporary American art.


      Roy Lichtenstein, Girl in Window (Study for World’s Fair Mural), 1963, huile et acrylique sur toile, 173 x 142,2 cm,

    2015: Picasso.mania

    • Affiche picasso.mania-2015Natixis endeavors to reveal treasures of the French and world cultural heritage to the public. As part of this policy, it is sponsoring the Picasso.mania exhibition presented at the Galeries nationales du Grand Palais in Paris from October 7, 2015 to February 29, 2016.

      One hundred works by Picasso, some of them which were never shown, are presented alongside the great masters of contemporary art, such as David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat… The works are presented in chronologic order and by theme. They trace the reception of Picasso’s work and the different stages that led to the creation of the Picasso myth.

    2014: Hokusai

    • Affiche Hokusai 2014Natixis, Exclusive Sponsor of the Hokusai Exhibition, which held at Grand Palais in Paris from October 1, 2014 to January 18, 2015.

      This retrospective is organized by the Réunion nationale des musées nationaux –Grand Palais and The Japan Foundation with the exceptional contribution of the Musée Guimet. Six periods of Hokusai's life have been illustrated by series of prints, many paintings and preparatory drawings.


      © Rmn – Grand Palais

    2012-2013: Comédie-Française

    • Salle Richelieu Copyright-Cosimo Mirco Magliocca Coll. Comédie-FrançaiseNatixis supported the acoustic and aesthetic renovation of Comédie-Française’s Salle Richelieu.

      This renovation has considerably improve the quality of sound for spectators and allow to better appreciate the actors’ artistic performances.


      © Cosimo Mirco Magliocca / Coll. Comédie-Française

    2011: Impressionists Gallery, Musée d'Orsay

    • galerie des impressionnistes

      Natixis sponsored the museographic renovation of the Impressionists Gallery at the Musée d'Orsay.


      Musée d'Orsay website


      Galerie des Impressionnistes, Musée d'Orsay ©Natixis/Fabrice Vallon

    2010: Claude Monet (1840-1926)

    • Claude Monet (1840-1926), affiche de l'exposition © Affiche Rmn-Grand Palais, 2010Natixis was the exclusive sponsor of the Claude Monet (1840-1926) exhibit organized in the National Galleries of the Grand Palais, in Paris by Rmn-Grand Palais and the Musée d'Orsay.


      Musée d'Orsay website


      Claude Monet (1840-1926) poster ©Rmn-Grand Palais, 2010

    2009: Madeleine Vionnet

    • Robe de Madeleine Vionnet, collection été 1924. Les Arts Décoratifs, Union Française des Arts du CostumeNatixis financed the restoration and exhibit of the creations of this famous fashion designer at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris (2008-2010).


      MUSÉE des arts décoratifs WEBSITE


      Evening dress, summer 1924, detail © Decorative Arts, French Union of Fashion Arts / Patrick Gries

    2007: Artemisia Tapestry

    • Tenture d'Artémise - Porteurs de vases et de monnaies sur un brancard - d'après Henri Lerambert © Collections Mobilier nationalNatixis helped the French Government acquire this national treasure composed of eight tapestries, which are considered to be of major importance for the French national heritage.


      Porters of vases and valuables on a stretcher © Collections Mobilier national

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