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Reasons to invest
in FDJ


Why should you buy shares in FDJ?

  • A French champion that is among world leaders

    Over 25 million players in France in 2023.

  • Sustainable and profitable growth and a solid outlook

    €2,4 billion revenue and €590 million EBITDA in 2022.

  • A growth strategy based on multiple assets

    Biggest distribution network in France with other 30,000 points of sale.

  • A CSR strategy integrated into the business model

    72/100 Moody’s ESG Solutions score (Top 1% of almost 5,000 companies worldwide).

  • Creation of value shared with stakeholders

    €4,4 billion contributed to national wealth in 2022 (Bipe-BDO figures). Dividend distribution rate of between 80% and 90% of the consolidated net income.

  • Strong relationships with shareholders

    Nearly 400,000 individual shareholders, and 16,000 members of the FDJ Shareholders Club.

Useful Information

How can you buy FDJ shares?

There are two ways to become an FDJ shareholder:

  • You can purchase registered or bearer shares in FDJ through your usual financial broker (bank, credit organisation, online broker, stock company).
  • You can purchase pure registered shares in FDJ through Uptevia, our issuer services partner.

Email: ct-contact@uptevia.com

Telephone: +33 (0) 1 57 78 34 44 (Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.)

Be careful of phising

Individuals and organisations with malicious intentions contact people by phone and email to offer FDJ shares without permission. Some assume the identities of our company directors and use our logos. The French Financial Markets Authority (AMF) states that only authorised financial intermediaries can trade stocks and shares. You can read the AMF’s recommendations here.

If you receive a suspicious call or email, do not send bank details or a bank transfer. First ensure that the intermediary offering banking or financial products or services is authorised to operate in France by checking with the AMF (link in French).

You can also contact the AMF on +33 (0)1 53 45 62 00 or report any attempted scams via this online form and/or by contacting FDJ (+33 (0) 8 05 65 00 45 / contact@actionnaires-fdj.com).