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Perceva Capital takes 50 per cent stake in Dalloyau

Paris-based investment company Perceva Capital has taken a 50 per cent stake in Dalloyau, a French manufacturer of pastries, chocolates and confectionary.

Christelle Bernardé and Stéphane Raymond-Bernardé will succeed their mother, Nadine Gavillon-Bernardé, to become managing directors of the family business.

Gavillon-Bernardé becomes chairman and Jean-Louis Grevet and Xavier Lépine, both partners at Perceva Capital, join the supervisory board.
The companies aim to strengthen Dalloyau’s position in the French gastronomic market and abroad.

Dalloyau also specialises in the luxury catering business and has expanded into the Asian markets, particularly in Japan and Korea.

Additionally, the group is preparing the opening of stores in new markets in spring 2010.
“In Perceva, we found an entrepreneurial partner who understands our values, our qualities and our willingness to develop a legacy of exceptional know-how,” says Bernardé.
Grevet adds: “We are very pleased to support Dalloyau, a company with a history of more than 300 years which continues with the arrival of a new generation represented by Christelle and Stéphane. The remarkable quality of the products, the strength of the brand and its international reputation are unique strengths and are solidly anchored in the exceptional capacities of its team.”

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