Sté Financière Française et Coloniale (SFFC)

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Lot of 3 certificates and two letters of the company - Paris 1927-1933

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Lot of two certificates of B shares of 100F and one certificate of A share, with two letters of the company.

Offices in Hanoï, Head office: 51 rue d'Anjou, Paris.

Company founded in 1920 by Octave Homberg, general secretary and administrator of the Banque de l'Indochine, administrator of the Compagnie du Chemin de Fer Franco-Ethiopien, general manager of the Banque de Union Parisienne. He then created Crédit Foncier de l'Indochine in 1923.

Banque Lazard supported him in the creation of the SFFC.

The company is centered on colonial electricity companies (it will introduce the Société Algérienne d'Eclairage et de Force and the Indochinese Electricity on the Paris Stock Exchange). The SFFC also controls the Société Indochinoise des Cultures Tropicales and the Société des Caoutchoucs de l'Indochine.

In 1949, then chaired by Edmond Giscard d'Estaing for about fifteen years, the company took the name of Société Financière pour la France et les pays d'Outre-Mer (SOFFO).

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Data sheet

Country
France
Theme
Banks-Finance
Theme
Colonies
Condition
VF/EF
Printer
A. Chaix et Cie (20, rue Bergère, Paris)

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