Being a L’Oréal shareholder means believing
in the strength of the Group’s balanced, value-creating
development model, underpinned by decisive assets.
L’Oréal is present worldwide in all market segments and product categories: from luxury to dermocosmetics, by way of consumer products and hair products. The Group is underpinned by a balanced business model that drives long-term, profitable growth.
Our acquisition policy, brand strategies, corporate social responsibility, shareholder policy, and Corporate governance guidelines all adopt a long-term perspective. Given the uncertain and volatile context of the global economy, this is a major asset for sustainable growth.
L’Oréal’s passionate teams have an insatiable appetite for innovation, in order to make L’Oréal a major beauty player and digital pioneer on the market and to provide consumers with the best in beauty in all distribution channels.
These shares are registered in your name, which enables you to receive information from L’Oréal directly.
If you register your shares and keep them for two years, L’Oréal offers you an additional dividend of +10%3
If you hold your L’Oréal shares in a share savings plan (PEA1) and you would like to benefit from the advantages of holding registered shares, in particular the loyalty bonus, while keeping the tax advantages offered by the PEA, you should choose to hold managed registered shares.
If you would also like to benefit from free management and custody fees, as well as preferential brokerage and bank fees, you should choose to hold directly registered shares. However this is only possible outside a share savings plan (PEA).
(1) In French, Plan d’épargne en actions.
The introduction of the preferential dividend has made it necessary to create specific ISIN codes. These codes make it possible to determine each year whether the shares concerned will give the right to an ordinary dividend or a preferential dividend.
The L’Oréal share is listed and traded under ISIN code FR0000120321.
L’Oréal shares which have been registered during the current year are identified by this code and will be recognised by a bonus code when they benefit from the loyalty bonus after two full calendar years.
Shares which already benefit from the preferential dividend.
L’Oréal shares which were registered in 2018 and which will benefit from the loyalty bonus in 2021 are identified by this code.
L’Oréal shares which were registered in 2019 and which will benefit from the loyalty bonus in 2022 are identified by this code.
L’Oréal shares which were registered in 2020 and which will benefit from the loyalty bonus in 2023 are identified by this code.
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