At Edmond de Rothschild, the culture of entrepreneurship and innovation has endured for seven generations.

Our Group was built around a strong family entrepreneurial history and has built a unique ecosystem aimed at identifying, investing in and providing decisive support to visionary projects.

​Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, we finance the real economy and support entrepreneurs and investors who are building the world of tomorrow at key moments in their business.​​


Impact entrepreneurship


With its culture of entrepreneurship and innovation, Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management finances the real economy through its investments, guiding and supporting entrepreneurs at key points in their op​erations and over the long term, whether their company is listed or not.

In keeping with this commitment, Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management is launching the Edmond de Rothschild SICAV European Smaller Companies fund, reflecting a strong conviction on small companies. At the forefront of innovation in multiple niche segments, they combine strong growth potential with an attractive risk/return profile, making them an essential segment for any asset allocation.

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S​mal​l caps,
​​ land of entrepreneurs
Small and medium caps make up about 70% of the job market worldwide, according to the International Labour Organization.

Founders, managers and employees create wealth for our regions, making a positive contribution to the boom in the real economy.

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Entrepreneurship means having a good idea and putting it into practice.
But it's rare to do it alone. That's why Edmond de Rothschild works with many companies, both listed and unlisted, and is committed to supporting those who can create value.

What guides Edmond de Rothschild's choices ? How are entrepreneurs supported ? And how can we bet on the right companies? We talk to Caroline Gauthier, co-head of equity management at Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management and manager of funds specializing in small and medium-sized listed companies, and Johnny El Hachem, CEO Edmond de Rothschild Private Equity.

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In 1973, when Baron Edmond de Rothschild learned the Château Clarke was for sale, he began to dream. Yet the winery lay abandoned.

At the same time, a few kilometres away, Château Margaux and its Premier Grand Cru Classé were also on the market.

Sa vision et son audace lui donneront raison puisque cinquante ans plus tard, le Château Clarke est devenu une icône de la région et l’un des joyaux de l’appellation Listrac-Médoc. Why would anyone choose the former? For the challenge? Possibly. For the passion? Probably. But mostly for all the richness and potential of this terroir. The Baron’s vision and daring would prove him right: fifty years on, Château Clarke is an icon in the region and one of the treasures of the Listrac-Médoc appellation.

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