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« Ethical » rating of Bouygues , group and subsidiaries

Fraud 17 Offshore 4 Sales 33 Bn $.€ /year Profit 8 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 924 *min. Influence 3 Infocom 1
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Australia Australia
Transfield :
France France
: PPP, conception, la construction, le financement et l’entretien maintenance des établissements pénitentiaires de Nantes (44), Annoeullin (59) et Réau (77).
 Le Moniteur
Nigeria Nigeria
Bouygues Nigeria Limited :
United Kingdom United Kingdom
56 millions d'euros : PPP, conception et construction d'un ensemble de logements sociaux
United Kingdom United Kingdom
district de Tower Hamlets (banlieue est de Londres) : 59 millions d'euros : PPP, conception et construction de deux écoles
United Kingdom United Kingdom
David Webster, filiale d'ETDE et de Bouygues : PPP, Gestion de l'éclairage public dans 5 arrondissements de Londres. Exploitation et maintenance de 57.000 points lumineux.

  • Environmental impact

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
2008Bouygues, Martin
See the photo of: Bouygues, Martin Chief Executive Officer; salary: 0,92 million Eu€; stock-options: 3,19 million Eu€; expenses: 1,5 million Eu€;
Les Echos
2006Bouygues, Martin
See the photo of: Bouygues, Martin Chairman; salary: 2,2 million Eu€; stock-options: 4,9 million Eu€;
2005Bouygues, Martin
See the photo of: Bouygues, Martin Chief Executive Officer; stock-options: 2,38 million Eu€;
2004Poupart-Lafarge, Olivier
See the photo of: Poupart-Lafarge, Olivier Chief Financial Officer;
1999Barberis, Pierre
See the photo of: Barberis, Pierre Director;
1999Barbizet, Patricia
See the photo of: Barbizet, Patricia Director;
1999Bouygues, Martin
See the photo of: Bouygues, Martin Chief Executive Officer;
1999Bouygues, Olivier
See the photo of: Bouygues, Olivier Director;
1999Chodron de Courcel, Georges
See the photo of: Chodron de Courcel, Georges Director;
1999Combot, Jean-Pierre
See the photo of: Combot, Jean-Pierre Director;
1999Derbesse, Michel
See the photo of: Derbesse, Michel Director;
1999Douroux, Lucien
See the photo of: Douroux, Lucien Director;
1999Dupont, Alain
See the photo of: Dupont, Alain Director;
1999Lay, Patrick Le
See the photo of: Lay, Patrick Le Director;
1999Montagner, Philippe
See the photo of: Montagner, Philippe Director;
1999Peyrelevade, Jean
See the photo of: Peyrelevade, Jean Director;
1999Pinault, François-Henri
See the photo of: Pinault, François-Henri Director;
1999Poupart-Lafarge, Olivier
See the photo of: Poupart-Lafarge, Olivier Director;
1999Pouyat, Alain
See the photo of: Pouyat, Alain Director;
1999Rouger, Michel
See the photo of: Rouger, Michel Director;
1999Van Replumaz, I
See the photo of: Van Replumaz, I Director;
1999Weinberg, Serge
See the photo of: Weinberg, Serge Director;
social impact : country
Alternatives Economiques
social impact : country
 4 informations, access to subscribers

  • Subsidy

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2008   32,711,5   billion Eu€Les Echos
2008   0,36billion Eu€Les Echos
2007   0,152billion Eu€Les Echos
2007   29,61,38   billion Eu€
2007 February 27, 2007, the Court of Appeal of Paris confirmed the pronounced penal judgments on October 26, 2005 by the Court of Bankruptcy of Paris against officers of the company Bouygues Bâtiment, CBC Ile-de-France, Dumez Ile-de-France, Fougerolle, GTM, Nord France, SAEP, SCGPM et SPIE. Those were condemned "to have taken fraudulently (...) a personal and determining share in the design, the organization or the implementation of an agreement having for object or being able to have for effect to prevent restricting or from distorting the play of competition on the market". Between 1989 and 1996, 14 companies, from which some result from a reorganization of several companies and pertaining to the six great groups of operative BTP in France during the period concerned, devoted themselves to a general and continuous agreement to be distributed 88 public markets of the colleges of Island-of-France of a total amount of 10 billion franks. The leaders recognized that, since 1989, before even the launching of the first wave of markets, the companies met and granted on the principle of a distribution of all the markets to come. They confirmed that the seven waves of public markets launched by the area were the subject of other meetings of distribution, direct contacts between the companies or exchanges of information. Initially, the companies were preselected by an occult commission near which Patrimoine Engineering had in particular as a role to make comply with a rule of division of the markets between SME and great groups (1/3; 2/3) endorsed by the regional Council of Island-of-France. In the second time, in accordance with the plan of distribution agreed upon, each preselected company made in kind is to obtain the attribution of the market by indicating to its "competitors" the markets on which its choices had been made and in their communicating his prices; that is to say to give up it by depositing a price quotation deliberately raised (cover offers). The Council of competition inflicted with the companies of the sector sanctions which account for 5% of their sales turnover - is the maximum authorized by the legislation then applicable.     Conseil de la concurrence
2006   26,411,25   billion Eu€
2006   0,017billion Eu€Cercle Finance
2006 Entente avec ses concurrents pour se répartir 40 marchés de travaux publics d'Ile-de-France, de la SNCF et de la RATP (Eole et Meteor), d'un montant d'1 milliard d'euros. Amende de 10,5 millions d'euros infligé par le Conseil de la concurrence.
2006   0,259billion Eu€Les Echos
2005   23,980,83   billion Eu€
2004   23,40,86   billion Eu€Les Echos
2004 Dirigeants de Bouygues poursuivis pour fausses factures entre 1998-1994     Les Barons Marqués
2003   21,820,45   billion Eu€
2002   22,250,67   billion Eu€
2001   20,470,34   billion Eu€
2000   19,060,42   billion Eu€
2000   0,6billion Eu€AFX
1999   15,860,04   billion Eu€
1999   0,107billion FF
1998   14,790,08   billion Eu€
1996   82,60,63   billion FF
1995 Entre 1989 et 1995, entente, partage et corruption pour obtenir les marchés de construction, réhabilitation et entretien des lycées d'Ile de France (23 Mds de FF). Bouygues a donné 12,3 MF au RPR, 10,8 MF au PS, 11,2 MF au PR et 3,9 MF au PCF.     Le Monde
1992 Mise au point du logiciel Drapo pour truquer les appels d'offres     Le Canard Enchaîné
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 23 informations, access to subscribers
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
2003Market access (Lesotho Highlands Water Project) : : Lesotho government (case pending) translateBBC News
2003marché des HLM de Paris : Aurait versé 10 MF à Michel Chapron : amount: 10000 thousand FF : RPR, Ville de Paris translateLe Canard Enchaîné
1994marché du périphérique de Lyon : "abus de biens sociaux" : translateLe Monde
1993 : Didier Schueller : amount: 6000 thousand FF : RPR translateLe Monde
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
 4 informations, access to subscribers
dubious practice : image
1998ad budget: 1200 million FF; Secodip

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