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Corporate governance

The consolidated financial statements of the Lagardère group included 617 companies in 2019 (the full list of consolidated companies can be found in the notes to the consolidated financial statements).

Created in 1992, Lagardère is an international group with operations in more than 40 countries worldwide. It employs over 30,000 people and generated revenue of €7,211 million in 2019.

Under the impetus of the Group's General and Managing Partner, Arnaud Lagardère, in 2018, the Group launched a strategic refocusing around two priority divisions:

Lagardère Publishing is the world's third-largest book publisher for the general public and educational markets, and the leader in France. Alongside some 6,900 employees, it creates 17,000 original publications each year as well as contributing to their broader circulation by innovating with digital and mobile reading formats. Lagardère Publishing's activities also extend to adjacent businesses such as mobile games and board games.

Lagardère Travel Retail is the world's fourth largest travel retail merchant, with operations in three segments of this very dynamic field: Travel Essentials, Duty Free & Fashion, and Foodservice. Lagardère Travel Retail has 25,000 employees across an international network of more than 4,800 points of sale in around one thousand airports, mainline and urban train stations.

The Group's business scope also includes Lagardère News (Paris Match, Le Journal du Dimanche, Europe 1, RFM, Virgin Radio and the Elle brand licence) together with Lagardère Live Entertainment.

The Lagardère Studios unit is in the process of being sold.

Through this strategic refocusing, the Lagardère group is investing in its two strategic divisions with the aim of creating global leaders over the long term.

Lagardère shares are listed on Euronext Paris.

Lagardère SCA is the holding company that controls all the subsidiaries and other participating interests, draws up the strategy for the Group, guides and finances its development, makes the main management decisions to this end, and ensures those decisions are implemented both at the level of the Group's parent company and of its divisions.

The group is managed in accordance with strict, detailed corporate governance rules, about which it communicates openly. The main aspects of corporate governance are presented in the ‘Group' section of this site, in particular:

The group is managed in accordance with strict, detailed corporate governance rules, about which it communicates openly. The main aspects of corporate governance are presented in the ‘Group’ section of this site, in particular:

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Financial Press releases

2020/05/11

Monthly information relating to the total number of voting rights and shares making up the share capital

2020/05/06

Results of the 2020 Annual Ordinary and Extraordinary General Meeting of Lagardère SCA

Financial calendar

First-half 2020 results

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Third-quarter 2020 revenue

Thursday, November 5, 2020

Individual Shareholders

Practical information on how to manage their account, a calendar of shareholder events and the group’s main publications.