BlackRock, acting on behalf of clients and funds under its management, said that on 11 July it had increased the threshold of 5% of the voting rights of Eiffage and held 5.81% of the capital and 5,005% of the voting rights of the group of construction and concessions.
This threshold crossing results from the receipt of Eiffage shares held as collateral.
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