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1 The Greater Paris Investment Agency Chiara CORAZZA Managing Director The Greater Paris’ strengths and weaknesses WIN - 16 October 2014

2 2 Promoting Investments ►Road-shows : USA, Japan, China, India, Korea, Gulf Countries, Brazil, Russia and Turkey. THE GREATER PARIS INVESTMENT AGENCY 20+ years of success A non-profit association created by the Paris’ Chamber of Commerce in 1991 Fostering Attractiveness ►Lobbying : Greater Paris project, R&D, taxation, business environment, hospitality

3 3 Our Membership : Global & Major C ies 100+ THE GREATER PARIS INVESTMENT AGENCY ABB, ACCOR, AEROPORTS DE PARIS,ALTRAN TECHNOLOGIES, BAL DU MOULIN ROUGE, BNP PARIBAS, BOUYGUES BATIMENT ILE-DE-FRANCE, CAILLIAU DEDOUIT & ASSOCIES, CAISSE DES DEPOTS, CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE ET D’INDUSTRIE DE PARIS ILE-DE- FRANCE, CHAMBRE DES NOTAIRES DE PARIS, CHAMBRE REGIONALE DE COMMERCE ET D’INDUSTRIE PARIS ÎLE-DE-FRANCE, CISCO, COLAS S.A., COLONY CAPITAL EUROPE, COMEXPOSIUM, CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB (CALYON), DEFACTO, DELOITTE, ECOLE NORMALE DE MUSIQUE DE PARIS, EDF, ERDF, ERNST & YOUNG, ETABLISSEMENT PUBLIC D’AMENAGEMENT DE LA DEFENSE SEINE ARCHE (EPADESA), ERNST & YOUNG, FEDERATION NATIONALE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS, FEDERATION REGIONALE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS ÎLE-DE-FRANCE, FIDAL INTERNATIONAL, FNAIM PARIS ET ÎLE-DE- FRANCE, FRANCE AMERIQUES, FRANCE TELECOM, GALERIES LAFAYETTE, GDF-SUEZ, GECINA, GENERALE CONTINENTALE INVESTISSEMENTS, GIDE LOYRETTE NOUEL, GROUPE G7, HCL TECHNOLOGIES, HERMITAGE, KLEPIERRE, IBM, KPMG, LA POSTE, La FRANCAISE, MARNE-LA-VALLEE EPAMARNE/EPAFRANCE, MEDEF ÎLE-DE-FRANCE, PORT AUTONOME DE PARIS, PWC, RANDSTAD, RATP, REGUS, RICOL LASTEYRIE, SIEMENS, SILIC, SNCF, TATA COMMUNICATIONS, TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES, TOTAL, UNIBAIL- RODAMCO, VEOLIA, VINCI CONSTRUCTION FRANCE – ILE DE FRANCE, VIPARIS, WIPRO, XEROX …

4 4 WORLD LEADERS FRENCH C IES IN PARIS

5 5 New York647 London1705 Paris721 Shanghai Hong Kong1142 Sao Paulo Beijing550 Moscow753 Barcelona518 Source : Financial Times – fDi Markets Sydney602 PARIS : A TOP DESTINATION FOR INVESTORS PARIS SIXTH IN THE WORLD FOR INTERNATIONAL GREENFIELD INVESTMENTS ( ) © The Greater Paris Investment Agency - KPMG, « Global Cities Investment Monitor », 2014

6 Londres Shanghai Hong Kong Moscou Paris São Paulo PARIS : A TOP DESTINATION FOR INVESTORS PARIS SIXTH IN THE WORLD FOR INTERNATIONAL GREENFIELD INVESTMENTS ( ) © The Greater Paris Investment Agency - KPMG, « Global Cities Investment Monitor », 2014

7 7 Source : Financial Times – fDi Markets PARIS : A TOP DESTINATION FOR INVESTORS PARIS : THIRD BEST IMAGE (2013)

8 © The Greater Paris Investment Agency - KPMG, « Global Cities Investment Monitor », 2014 INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENTS CRITERIA

9  1 st GDP ($800Bns) among European metropoles (more than Belgium or Denmark)  3 rd in the world for the Fortune 500 companies  A powerful, open and highly diversified economy : High-tech, software, automobile, pharmaceutical, finance, green tech… 9 THE STRATEGIC BUSINESS CENTER IN EUROPE

10 10 1h 2h 90mn passengers/y. 530 cities/ 135 countries linked FIRST AIRPORT HUB IN CONTINENTAL EUROPE 500 Mn consumers

11 11 2h 4h  Cruise speed: 320 km/h  Luxembourg: 1:10  Brussels: 1:20  London: 2:20  Frankfort: 2: Mn consumers FIRST HIGH-SPEED TRAIN HUB IN EUROPE

12  53 Mn sqm  2,4 Mn new sqm in 2012  4x London  1 st in Europe, 2 nd in the world  Top-of-the-line products  50% International investors MUNICH MILAN MADRID HAMBURG AMSTERDAM BARCELONA LYON ROME DUSSELDORF FRANKFORT LONDON PARIS BRUSSELS WARSAW DUBLIN 12 A KING SIZE BUSINESS REAL ESTATE Source : Jones Lang Lassalle 2013

13 13 A KING SIZE BUSINESS REAL ESTATE… … & A PRIME RISK-ADJUSTED RETURN PRIME YIELD VACANCY RATE (RISK) YIELD/VACANCY RATIO Source : Jones Lang Lassalle 2013

14 14 TGI Tower Paris m 62,000 m2 AT THE VERY CENTRE OF PARIS By Renzo Piano 2017 Source : Bouygues Bâtiment

15 15 HORIZON TOWER 88 m 38,600 m2 Boulogne By Jean Nouvel 2012 Source : Gecina AT THE VERY CENTRE OF PARIS

16 16 Paris m Housing By Edouard François 2025 Source : Paris Habitat AT THE VERY CENTRE OF PARIS

17 17  2,000+ business events / year  33 million visitors / year PARIS : WORLD CAPITAL FOR CONVENTIONS, TRADE FAIRS & TOURISM 1 st Global City for quality of life. Luxury hotels : new Shangri-La, Mandarin Oriental, and Peninsula in addition to existing Le Meurice and Fouquet’s Barriere refurbished : Four Seasons Georges V, Bristol Plaza Athénée, Ritz and Crillon

18  1 st financial market in Euroland  2 nd for asset management in the world  47% owned by foreign investors 18 HIGHLY SOPHISTICATED FINANCIAL PARTNERS

19 19  1 st R&D EXPENDITURE billion €/ year billion €/ year % of the European Union’s % of the European Union’s % of the metropolis’ GDP  1 st RESEARCHERS’ CONCENTRATION - 147,000 r esearchers - 5 th highest in the world /1000 employed (4.7 in the Silicon Valley)  35 NOBEL PRIZES : 2014 in Economy and literature  2 nd in the world for Fields Medals PARIS, THE R&D LEADER IN EUROPE

20 20 THE POWER OF INFLUENCE UNIVERSITY RANKING IN ALUMNI FORBES 500 CEOs Source : Ecoles Des Mines

21 21 The Greater Paris : An Innovative Economy Top Cities for the Forbes 500 Innovative Companies, 2012* *Source : Forbes Innovative 500 – based on investors’ goodwill toward companies – cities =cie’s HQ

22 THE NEW GREATER PARIS 7 major business areas 200kmautomatedsublines2x existing sublines PARIS-SACLAYPARIS-ORLY PARIS-PLEYEL PARIS-LE BOURGET PARIS-ROISSY PARIS-DESCARTES PARIS-LA DEFENSE

23 THE NEW GREATER PARIS IN major business areas 72 New stations 2x existing sublines PARIS-LA DEFENSE PARIS-PLEYEL PARIS-LE BOURGET PARIS-ROISSY PARIS-SACLAYPARIS-ORLY PARIS-DESCARTES

24 LA DEFENSE: THE EUROPEAN MANHATTAN 24 LA DEFENSE

25 25 TOURMAJUNGA 64,000 m2 200 m Inaug Source : EPADESA

26 26 D2TOWER 54,000 m2 180 m Source : EPAD CARPEDIEM 47,000 m2 160 m

27 27 Source : EPADESA HERMITAGE PLAZA 270,000 m2 300 m

28 28 LE BOURGET THE AERONAUTICS CLUSTER : LE BOURGET

29 29 Source : GIFAS GREATER PARIS, AERONAUTICWORLD CLUSTER GREATER PARIS, AERONAUTIC WORLD CLUSTER  100,000 staff  1,100 firms  15 €Bns turnover  80% in exports  Commands in 2011: + 27%

30 30 SACLAY THE EUROPEAN SILICON VALLEY : PARIS-SACLAY

31 SACLAY, IT&NUCLEAR WORLD CLUSTER 31  Nanotechnologies  Advanced transportation  Complex Systems 31

32 32 INVESTING IN THE GREATER PARIS MULTIPLYING RETURNS + US$ 42 Bns public investments + US$ 42 Bns public investments + US$ 80 Bns private investments + US$ 80 Bns private investments + US$ 250 Bns GDP + US$ 250 Bns GDP McKinsey Quarterly: « The right way to invest in infrastructure », Dec 2009

33 Chiara CORAZZA Managing Director


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