(News Bulletin 247) – Tikehau Capital, a specialist in alternative asset management, reported on Thursday a “resilient” financial performance in 2022, with net profit up 5%.
The group, which now manages 38.8 billion euros in assets, generated net income group share of 320.2 million euros last year, compared to 318.7 million euros in 2021.
Tikehau highlights in particular a strong momentum in inflows from institutional and private clients, with 6.4 billion euros in net inflows last year.
It also benefited from an acceleration of its divestments which reached 1.8 billion euros over 12 months (+20%) with value-creating disposals in all its strategies.
The company plans to offer its shareholders a dividend of 0.70 euros per share, an increase of 17% compared to 2021, while evoking ‘robust’ prospects.
Degroof Petercam analysts nevertheless believe that Tikehau, like the entire sector, will face certain difficulties in 2023, which they believe will complicate the achievement of the objectives set out for 2026.
In a separate press release, Tikehau announced on Thursday that SFI, a subsidiary of Patrinvest, would take a stake in TCA, TCA, its main shareholder, for an amount of 400 million euros.
Patrinvest is the holding company holding the interests of some of the founding Belgian families of the Anheuser-Busch InBev group.
Through this investment, SFI will, following the transaction, indirectly hold 9.3% of Tikehau Capital and will thus become a leading shareholder in the company.
Following these announcements, the Tikehau share listed on the Paris Stock Exchange fell by 0.6% Thursday at midday.
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