Holding

IN A NUTSHELL

€80M of assets under management

28 direct investments since 1998

€125M investments in funds since 1998

€2M to €15M investment ticket

27,1 % average IRR on exits of direct investments realized since 2006

18,3 % average net IRR on funds since 1998

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Adrien Lévy : DELOITTE, ARTS ET BIENS

Benjamin Lévy : ARTHUR ANDERSEN, ARTS ET BIENS, ABACUS CONSEIL

Félix Lévy : FAURECIA

François Lévy : SAFAT, COLROY, DEVANLAY, SAI, DOLISOS, ARTS ET BIENS, HARAS DE VULSAIN

Sarah-Louise Lévy : RITZ PARIS

Alain Roubach : LOVE BURGER, LEON DE BRUXELLES, LAZARD, BANQUE DU LOUVRE, PRE IPO INVEST

Fabien Sultan : ATRIA, NAXICAP

HISTORY

ARTS ET BIENS was founded in 1957 by Pierre Lévy in order to pass his industrial assets to his children.

The DEVANLAY group was managed and developed by Pierre Lévy from 1928 to 1971. The group was specialized in fashion and textile with LACOSTE, JILL, SCANDAL and CHESTERFIELD, and in distribution with NOUVELLES GALERIES, UNIPRIX and PRISUNIC now MONOPRIX.

Throughout this period, Pierre and Denise Lévy built a collection of paintings and sculptures. They donated their collection to the Museum of modern art of Troyes in 1976. www.musee-troyes.com

In 1998, DEVANLAY’s shareholders decided to sell the company. ARTS ET BIENS turned to private equity.

ARTS ET BIENS is still a family private company. Shareholders aim to continue the work of its founder Pierre Lévy.

Pierre Lévy

La Parisienne, store in Troyes