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If you want to use your favorite trading platform to start trading Klepierre shares online, take a moment to read the information we're going to present in this article about this French company. You will learn more about Klepierre's business, its main competitors and its recent partnerships. Of course, you will also find more general stock market information as well as its live stock price. This way, you will have all the data you need to analyze this stock.

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Klepierre's revenue and market capitalization

24/01/2022 - 10h07

As usual, the French group Klépierre announced its financial results for the year 2020 in February 2021. These were impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Elements to consider before selling or buying Klepierre shares

Analysis N°1

First of all, the Klepierre share should be considered as a defensive share in that the amount of rent received by the group does not depend directly on the activity and turnover of the retailers.

Analysis N°2

The financial results of the Klepierre group, which are closely followed by investors, will also be monitored, particularly the net asset value, which is one of the most important data in the real estate sector on the stock market, but also the vacancy rate of buildings and the overall trend of the real estate market.

Analysis N°3

The creation or renovation of new buildings by Klepierre will also be a good indicator of the share's medium- to long-term growth.

Analysis N°4

As Klepierre's debt is a matter of concern for investors, we will of course be watching to see whether it stabilises or is reduced in the years to come.

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General presentation of Klepierre

Before we look at the economic environment in which Klepierre operates, including its main competitors and recent partners, we would like to give you a better understanding of the company's activities in order to better target its business sector.

Klepierre is a commercial real estate company operating in Europe. In fact, Klepierre is one of the main players in this sector in Europe. It mainly provides real estate services in the shopping centre sector and acts in the development, rental management and asset management of these buildings.

Klepierre currently owns an estimated EUR 23.8 billion in real estate assets. These assets are mainly comprised of shopping centres located in Continental Europe and in 16 different countries in total.

But that's not all! Klepierre also holds a 56.1% majority stake in Steen & Strom, Scandinavia's leading property company in the shopping centre market.

In terms of its main shareholder base, the Simon Property Group, the current world leader in the shopping centre industry, holds 20.3% of Klepierre. The Dutch pension fund APG also holds 13.5%.

Klepierre is a listed real estate investment company (SIIC) and its shares are traded on Euronext Paris and Euronext Amsterdam. It is also included in the CAC Next 20, CAC Large 60, SBF 80, EPRA Eurozone and GPR 250 stock market indices.

Analysis before buying or selling Klepierre shares
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The major competitors of Klepierre

The retail property market is extremely attractive for investors, but it is also very competitive. Although Klepierre is still one of the major players in this sector in Europe, it faces a number of major adversaries, which we would like to explore in greater detail here.


First of all, in the French retail property market, Mercialys is one of the country's leading real estate companies that operates exclusively in the shopping centre sector. In total, Mercialys manages 2,229 commercial leases with rental assets equivalent to €181.9 million on an annualised basis. Mercialys has more than €3.8 billion in assets and is also considered a SIIC or Société d'Investissements Immobiliers Cotée. Its shares have been listed on the Euronext Paris market since 2005, in compartment A.


Another real estate company to know before starting to trade Klepierre shares is Gecina, which has a real estate portfolio worth 19.6 billion euros, most of which is located in the Paris region. Again, Gecina benefits from the SII status and is listed on the French stock market of Euronext Paris. The company currently employs over 500 people. However, Gecina's speciality is more office property management and a diversification business that includes residential assets and student residences.


Another competitor to be considered carefully is the commercial real estate giant Unibail-Rodamco, which is also the world leader in this sector. It is active in 13 different countries with more than 102 locations and an asset portfolio worth 43.1 billion euros. The group currently employs over 1,996 people. It specialises in the management, development and investment of large-scale shopping centres, mainly in the largest cities and towns in Europe and the United States. It is also active in the field of large office buildings and convention and exhibition centres, particularly in the Paris region. The company is currently listed on the Euronext Paris market and is included in the CAC 40 stock market index, as well as in the Amsterdam AEX and the Eurostoxx 50. It also benefits from a very good rating from various agencies, including Standard & Poor's and Fitch Ratings, which have given it an A rating.


Finally, the last serious competitor to Klepierre is the Icade group, which is also a French real estate group and is a subsidiary of the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations. This company was created in 1954 under the name Société Centrale Immobilière de la Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations in order to meet a significant increase in housing needs in France. Although Icade used to specialise in housing, its activities have since diversified considerably, as it now offers real estate, development and services in various segments such as offices, business parks, shopping centres, housing, healthcare and public facilities. Today, the Icade group has a real estate portfolio worth 9.5 billion euros, mainly consisting of offices and business parks located in the Ile de France region and healthcare facilities throughout France.

The major partners of Klepierre

All major companies that succeed in becoming world leaders in their sectors base their success on a variety of strategies, including a strategy of establishing sound alliances and partnerships with other companies. Klepierre is no exception to this rule and has, in the past, implemented numerous strategic partnerships with companies in the same or different sectors. These alliances often have a direct impact on its share price and are therefore very interesting to analyse. Here are a few examples of recent partnerships that will help you understand their value.


In 2015, the Klepierre group created a partnership with several companies, including the Orange group and the iProspect company, in order to test a new advertising campaign for its shopping centres. The commercial operation highlighted in this campaign was that of XXL days and, on this occasion, a mobile display campaign was set up by Orange and iProspect with the aim of creating traffic to the Odysseum shopping centre in Montpellier by promoting the discount offers available in the shops of this centre. This project may seem trivial, but in reality it served as a test for these three companies to evaluate the effectiveness of a mobile to store campaign in real conditions and the completeness of the target.


Also in 2015, it was with another major French group, namely the TF1 group, that Klepierre set up a partnership. In fact, this partnership has been renewed after already two years of collaboration and concerns the armchair tour of the TV show The Voice in 6 shopping centres of the Klepierre group. This event, which included free concerts, photo opportunities and tickets to the show, attracted many fans to these shopping centres and enabled Klepierre to enhance the experience of its customers.

Cycle Up

More recently, in 2018, the Klepierre Group also signed a strategic partnership with Cycle Up, a start-up specialising in the circular economy of the real estate industry and with the aim of generalising the recovery of its materials during renovation operations in its shopping centres. Cycle Up has been supporting Klepierre in two major centre renovation projects in Grenoble and Créteil, providing training for the group's teams on the projects, identifying reusable materials and using a digital platform to buy and resell second-hand building materials.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What stock market data should I know about Klepierre shares?

Klepierre shares are currently listed on the Euronext Paris market. It is also interesting to know that this group is included in the CAC Next 20 stock market index, which lists the 20 largest French market capitalizations after the 40 companies in the main CAC 40 index. Regarding the status of this company, Klepierre is a listed real estate investment company or SIIC.

What are the major shareholders of the Klepierre group?

It is also interesting to know the major shareholders of Klepierre. Indeed, the main shareholders of the group are Simon Property Group, which holds 20.3% of the capital and is one of the world's leading owners of shopping centres. The second largest shareholder is APG, a Dutch-based pension fund, which currently holds 13.5% of the group's shares.

Should we favour fundamental analysis of the Klepierre share?

In stock market analysis, it is important to understand that you must maximize the sources of signals. Indeed and to maximize your chances to detect reliable tendencies, you should not be satisfied with the fundamental analysis alone nor even with the technical analysis alone but ideally to combine these two types of analyses. Indeed, it is by comparing these two methods that you will be able to anticipate the movements of this value at best.

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