PARIS. Action de F10.000. red. #1074775. No 351150. In 1956, after Egyptian seizure of the Suez Canal, the company was deprived of its concession. In 1958 it changed its statutes, altering its 'objet' and its name, to Compagnie Financière de Suez. It increased its capital, by capitalising reserves, and issued new shares of 10.000 (old) francs, to replace all the old issues. This is one of those new shares. It was printed with the old name, then overprinted with the new. The company became a leading French multinational, with operations primarily in water, electricity and natural gas supply, and waste management. Today known as Engie and Suez Environnement.
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