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Our major shareholders

PIC Group has a long-term and committed shareholder base.

The remaining shares are held by a number of other corporate and private individual shareholders and the Employee Benefit Trust

At 31 December 2023

Reinet Fund S.C.A FIS ('Reinet')




Reinet Investments is a Luxembourg-based investment vehicle which was created as a result of the restructuring of Richemont, the Swiss Luxury goods business in 2008. Reinet Investments S.C.A F.I.S is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Reinet Investments and is a closed-end, specialised investment fund.


Reinet are PICG’s largest shareholder and first invested in PICG in 2012.


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Luxinva, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority ('ADIA')




Established in 1976, ADIA is a globally-diversified investment institution that prudently invests funds on behalf of the Government of Abu Dhabi through a strategy focused on long-term value creation. Luxinva, a wholly owned subsidiary of ADIA, invested in PICG in 2018.

For more information about ADIA, please visit:

CVC Strategic Opportunities I ('CVC')




Established in 1981, CVC is a world leader in private equity and credit with $114.8bn of assets under management, $162.7bn of funds committed and a global network of 24 local offices.

CVC invested in PICG via it’s Strategic Opportunities I fund in 2017. The Strategic Opportunities I fund focuses on corporate private equity investments with a lower risk profile, primarily in Europe and North America, and also partners with founding families or foundations looking for a long-term partner.

For more information about CVC, please visit:

HPS Investment Partners ('HPS')




HPS Investment Partners is a leading global investment firm that seeks to provide creative capital solutions and generate attractive risk-adjusted returns for its clients.

HPS was founded in 2007, to focus on credit and longer-dated less liquid investment opportunities. It was originally formed as a division of Highbridge Capital Management within J.P. Morgan Asset Management and known as Highbridge Principle Strategies.

HPS is PICG’s most recent major investor having invested in PICG in June 2021.

For more information about HPS, please visit:

Shareholdings are at 31 December 2023. PICG also has other corporate and private individual shareholders.

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