Shareholders’ Meeting of Natixis

On May 29, Natixis held its Shareholders’ Meeting. The resolutions which were voted on include the appointment of another two women to the Board of Directors.

On May 29, Laurent Mignon, Chief Executive Officer, and François Pérol, Chairman of the Board of Directors, convened close to 500 shareholders to the Shareholders’ Meeting of Natixis at Carrousel du Louvre.

The shareholders approved the consolidated financial statements of 2011, the allocation of earnings and the payment of a €0.10 dividend per share. All other resolutions were voted.


Natixis, attuned to its shareholders 

Natixis’ Shareholders’ Meeting was the opportunity to answer the shareholders’ questions and concerns and to review the past fiscal year.


  • Review of the economic situation and its consequences for banks with a video broadcast of Patrick Artus, Natixis’ Chief Economist.



  • 2011 results and prospects for 2012


Laurent Mignon presented Natixis’ 2011 results, which featured good operational performance, a major strengthening of solvency and the continued transformation of the company.


  •  Questions/Answers


Individual shareholders asked questions to Laurent Mignon and François Pérol. They expressed their concerns as shareholders and thus reaffirmed the success of Natixis’ strategy: a company serving its clients, organized around 3 core businesses and integrated into Groupe BPCE.


  • Vote of resolutions


The shareholders expressed their opinion on the eleven resolutions put to the vote. These included governance aspects (lien vers la gouvernance actualisée) with in particular the appointment of two female executives to the Board of Directors.

They are:

- Stéphanie Paix, Chairwoman of the Management Board of Caisse d’Epargne Rhône Alpes
- and Catherine Halberstadt, Chief Executive Officer of Banque Populaire du Massif Central.


François Pérol concluded the meeting by inviting the shareholders to the next meeting on May 21, 2013 at CNIT in La Défense.