State shareholdings

Since the entry into force of the amended law of 8 June 1999 relative to the Budget, Accounting and State Treasury, the Treasury is to establish a registry of State shareholdings. The State shareholdings currently registered by the State Treasury are grouped in three categories.

- Private law companies

The Luxembourg State holds direct shareholdings in companies under private law (listed or not listed on the stock exchange) for a nominal value of EUR 729.124.313,252. The market value of shareholdings listed on the stock exchange currently stands at EUR 789.462.362,30. Note that these tables do not take into account the shareholdings that public establishments, such as the BCEE, SNCI or P&T, may have on their own in other companies under private law, in which the State does not hold direct shareholdings.

List of private law companies (only in french)

- International financial institutions

The Luxembourg State holds shares in the capital of international financial institutions. The nominal value of these shareholdings amounts to EUR 4.579.710.243,20. However, only EUR 702.544.836,20 of this capital has been called to date (capital paid in cash: EUR 701.118.236,20 / capital paid in Treasury bonds: EUR 112.084,30 / called-up capital to be paid: EUR 1.314.515,69).

List of international financial institutions (only in french)

- Public establishments, foundations and economic interest groups

The Luxembourg State also holds shares in the capital of public establishments (other than social security bodies), foundations and economic interest groups. The nominal value of these shareholdings currently amounts to EUR 1.752.384.706,10.

Note that these tables do not take into account the shareholdings that public establishments, such as the BCEE, SNCI or P&T, may have on their own in other companies under private law, in which the State does not hold direct shareholdings.

List of public establishments, foundations and economic intererest groups (only in french)

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