Employee shareholding: Gecina win's the jury's choice award in the Grand Prix FAS Awards
Gecina was recognized in the Grand Prix FAS Employee Shareholding Awards, during a ceremony attended by Bruno Le Maire, French Finance Minister. A great source of pride shared with all our employees, nearly 100% of whom are shareholders.
The Grand Prix FAS Employee Shareholding Awards, launched in 2004 and organized by the French Federation of Employee Shareholder Associations (FAS), recognizes companies developing the best practices for employee shareholding. Gecina received the jury's choice award at this 13th Grand Prix FAS event for its outstanding efforts and dynamic growth.
Méka Brunel, Gecina's Chief Executive Officer and Director, declared: "I would like to dedicate this award to all of our teams, nearly 100% of whom are shareholders in our company today. This represents a significant increase in the level of employee shareholders by almost 46% since 2011. Employee shareholding is a dimension that we have been looking to develop because it helps build stronger engagement among our 500 staff and represents a source of economic performance, social unity and good governance”.
Gecina's Shareholding and Financial Communications team: Laurent Le Goff, Virginie Sterling, Franck Brunet and Daniela Condé, with Méka Brunel, Gecina’s CEO and Director
Chief Executive Officer
A business leader in the real estate industry, Méka Brunel is an ETP engineer, an Executive MBA from HEC and FRICS. From 1996, she held various executive management...