The Board of Directors is made up of 2 majority shareholders:
- ENGIE (51 %)
- Vanuatu National Provident Fund (49%).
Part of ENGIE group
ENGIE is a global energy and services group based on four major activities: client solutions, renewable energy sources, networks and thermal power generation. Driven by the aim of contributing to harmonious progress, ENGIE is facing up to major global challenges such as combating global warming, access to energy for all and mobility, and is offering its customers – companies, the tertiary sector, cities and regions – energy production solutions and services that bridge the gap between individual interests and collective challenges. Low in carbon, its integrated, effective and sustainable offers rely on digital technology. Going beyond energy, they foster the development of new uses and new ways of living and working.
Every day, 171,100 employees are working toward ENGIE’s ambition. ENGIE has its purpose enshrined in its bylaws, and has set up new medium-term objectives (2030) to support its customers and partners in a carbon-free world.
Revenues 2019 : 60,6 bn euros
Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) is a financial institution established in 1987 by the Parliament of the Republic of Vanuatu.
One of the key purposes of the Fund is to provide retirement benefits to members through the management of their savings in an efficient and reliable manner.