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In order to implement an effective investment strategy on the Covivio share price, you must first of all carry out accurate analysis of this stock. To do this, you just need to know the basic stock market data and some relevant information about this stock that we will share with you here. In this article dedicated to this stock, we will talk to you about this company and its economic environment by presenting its activities, its competitors or partners, and give you the keys to a good fundamental analysis of this stock.

Elements to consider before selling or buying Covivio shares

Analysis N°1

First of all, and as is the case for the vast majority of companies specialising in real estate, we will monitor the level of interest rates, which will have a strong influence on Covivio's activities, as will the business climate, the risk of an attack and the regulatory environment.

Analysis N°2

We will also follow a key data of the land sector which is the evolution of the net asset value of the company, also called NAR and which we will compare to the stock exchange price of this value.

Analysis N°3

Another important element to analyse is the vacancy rate of buildings which is a key indicator of the property market, but also the speed of marketing of dwellings and stocks.

Analysis N°4

The analysis of the group's results will also take into account the delay of several quarters in the inclusion of orders in the accounts due to the sale-in-progress model.

Analysis N°5

The integration of new subsidiaries, particularly abroad, is also a new source of revenue for this company.

Analysis N°6

We will keep an eye on the strategies implemented by this company, particularly in terms of asset disposals or new investments.

Analysis N°7

Finally, the stability of the company's net income over time should also be monitored.

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General presentation of Covivio

Logically, we suggest that you begin this overview of Covivio shares with a detailed presentation of this company. You should be familiar with the group's activities if you want to anticipate its growth and major challenges.

The Covivio Group is a French company specialising in the property sector. More precisely, it is one of the largest companies in this sector in Europe. Covivio can rely on its long history of partnerships, its real estate expertise and its European culture to increase its presence on the market.

It is a preferred real estate player on a European scale that gets closer to the end users, captures their aspirations and reinvents living spaces.

This real estate operator currently holds more than €23 billion in assets and assists companies, hotel brands and regions in their attractiveness, transformation and responsible performance challenges.

Thanks to its lively approach to real estate, the group enjoys a strong competitive edge.

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The major competitors of Covivio

Although Covivio is currently one of the largest land companies in Europe, it shares the market with other large groups that pose a real threat to its market share. It is therefore very important to be aware of the competition in this sector and the major players in it. Here are Covivio's main opponents:

Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield 

is currently the world's leading commercial real estate company, operating in more than 13 countries with an asset portfolio of around €64 billion. The group currently employs 3,639 people and specialises in the management, development and investment of large shopping centres in major cities in Europe and the United States, as well as large office buildings, convention and exhibition centres in the Paris region.

Gecina 

The Gecina group is another important real estate company with a property portfolio equivalent to 19.3 billion euros and mainly active in Ile de France. It is a listed real estate investment company or SIIC listed on the Euronext Paris market and employs nearly 500 people. Its activities are primarily focused on offices in France and a diversification pole composed of residential assets and student residences.

Klépierre 

Again, this is a major player in the European real estate sector and the number one in the shopping centre sector with assets valued at EUR 23.8 billion. 23.8 billion. Its portfolio includes large shopping centres located in 57 cities and 16 countries in Continental Europe, which can accommodate more than one billion visitors per year. In addition, the group has a stake in Steen & Strom, the leading Scandinavian property company.

Icade

Finally, the Icade group is also a French real estate company in direct competition with Covivio and is a subsidiary of the Caisse des dépôts et consignations. Icade was first created to meet a strong need for housing in France. In 2009, it sold its social and non-social housing stock, making a large capital gain in the process. The group is active in real estate and development activities and operates in various sectors including offices, business parks, housing, health and public facilities.


The major partners of Covivio

We now propose to tell you more about the major partnerships that the Covivio group has set up over the last few years and that have enabled it to increase its development or profitability.

Orange 

Since 2003, Covivio has been a partner of the Orange group. The two companies, which have been working together for all this time, now have a joint portfolio of more than a hundred buildings that they are developing jointly in a co-design approach through operations that mobilise all of Covivio's expertise.

Crédit Agricole Assurances

Covivio has also been a partner of Crédit Agricole Assurances since 2020 with the extension of the Dassault Systèmes campus located in the Inovel Parc business district in Vélizy. The two companies will build a new 27,600 m2 building to support the growth of the world leader in 3D software. The three partners have also signed an agreement to extend the current leases for a further 10 years from the delivery of the new building, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.

B&B Hotels

Finally, Covivio is also a partner of B&B Hotels in Europe, and has been since 2010 for the German market. But since 2020, the two companies have strengthened their existing partnership in Europe. They have recently embarked on a number of projects, including the renewal of 158 commercial leases in 2017 for a period of 12 years, and are now continuing to develop the B&B brand in the rest of Europe.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the Covivio Group's main rental customers?

Among the Covivio group's clients are major French and international companies that have been placing their trust in the company for a long time and regularly renew their commercial leases. Covivio's biggest customers are the Suez Group, the Thales Group, the Dassault Systèmes Group, the Orange Group, the Vinci Group, the Accor Group and the Telecom Italia Group. These companies alone enable Covivia to ensure its profitability.

Is Covivio's share price listed on the SBF 120?

Covivio's share price is listed on the SBF 120 stock market index. This stock market index is represented on the Paris stock exchange and is determined from the price of the 40 companies listed on the CAC 40 plus 80 stocks from the most liquid first and second markets listed in Paris among the first 200 French market capitalisations. It is therefore representative of the French market as a whole.

What are the subsidiaries of the Covivio Group?

Currently, the Covivio real estate group is active in the office, hotel and residential sectors through its various wholly-owned subsidiaries, including Covivio Hotels, Covivio Immobilien and Covivio SGP. These subsidiaries are mainly located in France, Italy and Germany.

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