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Half-year report on Atos SE’s liquidity contract Bezons, July 2, 2019 Pursuant to the liquidity contract entered into by Atos SE with Rothschild Martin Maurel, as at June 30,.
(Bloomberg) -- Using code rather than concrete, European companies are busy building walls to protect their data, and are being encouraged by local politicians concerned about threats to their sovereignty.France’s biggest supplier of drinking water is one example. Before switching to Google’s cloud-based office software, Veolia Environnement SA first hired cybersecurity company Atos SE to handle the encryption of its data before it reached the Alphabet Inc.-owned company’s servers.Geopolitical tensions and trade wars are making European politicians cautious about domestic champions ceding control of their data to technology suppliers from the U.S. or China, fearing that providers could deny access to critical information about customers or production, or serve as a venue for rogue agents.Agnes Pannier-Runacher, France’s deputy economy minister, said in an interview that businesses relinquishing control of their data was “a systemic risk” to the competitiveness and sovereignty of an economy.Firms are increasingly migrating their data into cloud-based ecosystems -- an industry Gartner estimates will be worth about $214 billion in 2019, and one dominated by American and Chinese giants such as Amazon.com.com, Microsoft Corp., and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.Germany’s central bank also recently warned the region’s banking sector that the move to shifting data on the cloud will make the industry harder to monitor.“For many companies, data is a strategic question,” Pannier-Runacher said. “It’s okay to have certain data out of reach in a functioning multilateral system; it becomes problematic in a unilateral system where one side can put pressure and cut access.”Read More: Huawei Frightens Europe’s Data Protectors. America Does, TooUnder the Trump Administration’s Cloud Act (or the “Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act”) that was signed last year, all U.S. cloud providers can be ordered to provide local authorities data stored on their servers no matter where that data is physically stored. A similar concept has been enshrined in Chinese law since 2017, in which information of citizens must be stored in-country and accessible on demand to the authorities.As a result, European encryption specialists like Atos and Thales have been touting their home-grown history as a unique selling point, when competing with U.S. rivals such as Salesforce.com Inc. Amazon and others. Smaller European-grown cloud providers like Gigas Hosting SA in Spain and OVH Groupe SAS in France – while still dwarfs compared to their U.S. rivals – have not been not shy in making the point that English isn’t their first languageRead More: If You’re to Beat Amazon in Spain, Maybe Start Speaking Spanish“Veolia wants to maintain control and sovereignty over its data, however secure cloud solutions may be,’’ said Pascal Dalla-Torre, the company’s cybersecurity officer. “We’re building a sanctuary, a secure space. It’s a solution to protect our sensitive data.’’Atos isn’t alone in tapping the rising demand for European encryption middlemen: Multi-billion-dollar European firms such as defense contractor Thales SA and German software giant SAP SE both sell security products that sit between a company’s data and its cloud provider. Societe Generale, France’s third-largest bank by market cap, said it’s using Netherlands-based Gemalto to secure its cloud-destined information.Atos says it has a pipeline of 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) under negotiations for security contracts similar to the one it signed with Veolia.“European businesses want Google’s technology, but with the right protections -- that’s one of the most common demands we have from customers today,” Atos Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Thierry Breton said in an interview.Europe is not the only region looking to promote its local providers. Boosted in part by escalating U.S. tensions, Beijing-based database and cloud provider PingCAP is winning over local tech giants, startups and financial institutions to its enterprise software.U.S. companies yet to see any serious knock-on effect. Oracle Corp. Recently closed at a record high amid positive signs in its transition to cloud-based computing, while Salesforce has been busy inking $15.3 billion deals.“The pace of innovation of hyper-scalers is so high that European companies must use them to stay in the game,” Carla Arend, researcher IDC’s lead cloud analyst, said. "But the regulatory environment and global security risks are certainly part of the concerns that Europeans are taking into account.”\--With assistance from Fabio Benedetti-Valentini and Gregory Viscusi.To contact the reporters on this story: Marie Mawad in Paris at email@example.com;Helene Fouquet in Paris at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Giles Turner at email@example.com, Nate LanxonFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
ATOS SEA European public limited-liability company (“Societas Europea”)with a share capital of 109,195,114 eurosRegistered office: River Ouest, 80 Quai Voltaire – 95870.
PARIS and KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, June 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announces that it was selected by Orsted, a global leader in offshore wind, to supply critical communications solutions based on TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked radio) technology for two offshore wind farms, off the coast of Changhua County in Taiwan. This is the first call-off contract signed under the new Atos and Orsted frame agreement for current and future offshore windfarms projects in the APAC region.
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announces it has been ranked the 3rd global player in Managed Security Services (MSS) in terms of 2018 market share revenue, according to the latest Gartner report1. Atos integrates the best-in-breed technologies and offers a full portfolio of advanced security products and solutions, to help its clients turn risk into business value.
ATOS SEA European public limited-liability company (“Societas Europea”)with a share capital of 107,157,904 eurosRegistered office: River Ouest, 80 Quai Voltaire – 95870.
This transaction resulted in the issuance of 2,039,710 new shares (representing an increase by approximately 1.90% of the share capital and of the effective voting rights), which will be delivered and admitted for trading on Euronext Paris as from May 28, 2019. The new ordinary shares of the Company issued in consideration for the ordinary dividend will carry entitlement to dividend rights as from January 1, 2019, giving right to any ordinary dividend which could be paid for the 2019 financial year, with no right to the exceptional distribution in kind completed on May 7, 2019. A listing request on Euronext Paris will be made in respect of the newly-issued shares.
Atos SE hereby announces the implementation from May 9, 2019, of an irrevocable mandate with an independent financial services provider, for the purpose of buying back its shares up to a maximum of 1,100,000 shares until June 24, 2019 at the latest, for a maximum purchase price of € 120 per share in accordance with the 18th resolution approved by the Combined General Meeting of April 30, 2019. Atos is a global leader in digital transformation with over 110,000 employees in 73 countries and annual revenue of over € 11 billion. European number one in Cloud, Cybersecurity and High-Performance Computing, the Group provides end-to-end Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud, Big Data, Business Applications and Digital Workplace solutions.
Following the approval of the transaction by Atos shareholders at the Combined General Meeting held on April 30, 2019, the distribution in kind of Worldline shares to Atos shareholders is effective as from today, the payment date. The distribution ratio of Worldline shares to Atos shareholders is equal to 2 Worldline shares for 5 Atos shares held, in accordance with the terms of the transaction announced by Atos on March 22, 2019.
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Statement from Atos Paris, May 3, 2019 Atos wants to remind that today May 3, 2019 is the ex-date for the distribution of 2 Worldline shares for 5 Atos shares owned, and also.
The Company’s Combined General Meeting of Shareholders, held on April 30, 2019, approved under the 3rd resolution the proposed ordinary dividend for the fiscal year 2018, i.e. € 1.70 per share, and decided under the 4th resolution that each shareholder may elect to receive the dividend payment either in cash or in new shares of the Company. The option to receive the dividend payment in new shares of the Company may be exercised by the shareholders between May 7, 2019 and May 22, 2019, inclusive, by sending their request to the financial intermediaries authorized to pay such dividend or, for shareholders listed in the issuer registered accounts held by the Company, to its authorized representative (Société Générale, Département des Titres et Bourse, 32, rue du Champ de Tir, CS 30812 – 44308 Nantes Cedex 3).
Atos SE held today its Annual General Meeting chaired by Mr. Thierry Breton, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. The shareholders widely approved the renewal of the terms of office of Mr. Thierry Breton, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for a period of three years as well as they approved the three-year strategic plan. Exceptional distribution in kind of 23.5% of the share capital of Worldline and the Company’s sense of purpose were also overwhelmingly approved by the shareholders.
NEW YORK, April 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- ComplySci, a leading provider of regulatory technology (RegTech) for financial and professional services companies, has appointed three new executives to its leadership team, on the heels of record-breaking revenue momentum in 2018, and in order to support the anticipated continued growth of the company. Becky Snyder, a veteran of high-growth companies, has been named Chief People Officer to reinforce and accelerate the company's culture of customer-first innovation. Eric Przybisiki will assume the role of General Counsel, bringing with him two decades of legal and technology expertise.
Revenue at € 2,818 million+0.4% organic growth Book to bill ratio at 86%Strong pipeline for Q2 signatures Syntel integration moving fast with first synergies.
Atos said on Tuesday it has alerted the French markets regulator after Berenberg withdrew its downgrade of the software company's stock, which briefly wiped almost 450 million euros ($503.42 million) off its market capitalization. Analyst firm Berenberg on Tuesday issued a research note titled 'Unleash the bears', downgrading its rating on the stock to 'sell' and reducing its price target to 60 euro ($67) from 90 euro following Atos' sale of its stake in Worldline. Berenberg later retracted the note, saying in an email that it had contained an error in its valuation approach and instead analyst Georgios Kertsos placed the stock under review.
Paris, April 2, 2019 – Analyst firm Berenberg issued this morning an analyst note on Atos, which was immediately withdrawn after realizing it contained a material error. This.