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Through this new format of capsules, Michelin will adress its shareholdes and future shareholders each time around a strong theme illustrating the Group’s commitment to safer, cleaner, more accessible and more efficient mobility​.

Meet you

Regional Meeting


Every year, Michelin travels to meet with individual shareholders who want to exchange views with the financial communication teams.


The next event organized by the Federation of Individual Investors and Investment Clubs (F2iC) will take place in Lyon on December 6, 2022. To register, go here.


Michelin is participating in Investir Day, which is dedicated to individual shareholders 

Michelin participated in the Investir Day trade show on the theme of "green" finance and responsible savings, organized by Les Echos Le Parisien Evénements.


On this occasion, Yves Chapot, General Manager and Chief Financial Officer, presented Michelin's "Everything Sustainable" strategy at Investir Day.



Annual General Meeting


A time for listening and dialogue with the Managing Partners and the Supervisory Board, the Michelin Annual Meeting is a key event in the relationship between the Company and you, our shareholders. The next Michelin Annual Meeting will be held on May 12, 2023.


To relive the highlights of Michelin's 2022 Annual Meeting and if you have any related questions (attendance, e-convocation, Internet voting, etc.), please visit the Annual Meeting 2022 page.



Here you will find answers to the questions most frequently asked by our shareholders.


  • How to receive Michelin's documentation?

    All Michelin shareholders are registered shareholders, i.e. they are recorded in the Company's books. As such, you will receive the notice of the Shareholders' Meeting. If you do not receive it, check your postal or e-mail address on your Société Générale Sharinbox account or with your bank intermediary.


    To stay informed of your group's news, we recommend that you:

    - subscribe to our e-mail alerts to be immediately informed of important events in the life of your click here.

    - consult the individual shareholders' area and the capsules dedicated to you click here.

  • How to follow Michelin financial publication?

    For each financial publication, Michelin provides you with dedicated communication tools. For example, during the half-year and full-year results, Michelin offers you highlights through a video interview with the Group's General manager and CFO.

    Subscribe to our e-mail alerts to be immediately informed of your Group's key events click here.

  • What is a stock split ?

    The split consists in increasing the number of Michelin shares in circulation, which mechanically decreases the share price.


    In the case of the Michelin split, on 16 June 2022, at the opening of the Stock Exchange, you will receive, in exchange for each of your current shares, 4 new shares with a value divided by 4.  To learn more, find all the information by clicking here.


  • How do I know if my shares are “pure registered” or “administered registered”, what is the difference for me?

    If you hold your shares with Société Générale, Michelin's intermediary, then your shares are in "Pure Registered" form, whereas in the case of "Administered Registered" form, your shares are registered with your account-keeping institution. If you are a pure registered shareholder, Michelin, via Société Générale, is able to carry out any operation on your account (updating personal data, placing orders, etc.), whereas if you are an intermediary shareholder, you will have to contact your account-keeping institution. Only pure registered shareholders have a Sharinbox account www.sharinbox.societegenerale.com


  • Does my status as a shareholder give me access to a discount on Michelin tires?

    No. Michelin does not grant discounts to its shareholders, as such a practice would entail a tax risk for the shareholder (disguised dividend payment).


    Beyond this risk, Michelin would have the following questions:

    - How can we distinguish between the opportunist who buys a few shares just to get a discount on the tires and the loyal shareholder?

    - How to treat the shareholder who does not have a car and cannot benefit from this "loyalty bonus" in an equal way?


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