Klepierre

Situated in the most affluent, most densely populated and fastest growing consumer zones, Klépierre has access to approximately 150 million European consumers. As a major player in continental Europe’s retail property market, Klépierre has shopping centers in 57 cities and 16 countries. Its property portfolio is worth €22.1 billion as of December 31, 2015 (excluding duties). Klépierre provides leading retailers with a unique range of shopping centers that together attract more than 1.2 billion visitors each year. Like its main shareholder, Simon Property Group, Klépierre provides expertise in development and active management. Klépierre regularly reinvents its retail range, its activity and the customer experience in the shopping centers it owns and/or manages. Indeed it is the high-quality of the merchandising mix which attracts customers and encourages them to keep coming back. The Group runs major development, refurbishment and extension programs in its shopping centers, improving services, innovating and enhancing user comfort. The result is a unique setting where retailers and consumers come together under ideal conditions that make them want to return.
Type
Public
HQ
Paris, FR
Founded
1990
Size (employees)
1,260 (est)
Klepierre was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Paris, FR

Klepierre Office Locations

Klepierre has an office in Paris
Paris, FR (HQ)
26 Boulevard des Capucines

Klepierre Data and Metrics

Klepierre Financial Metrics

EUR

Market capitalization (22-Sep-2017)

9.9 b

Closing share price (22-Sep-2017)

32.6
Klepierre's current market capitalization is €9.9 b.
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