BlackRock, acting on behalf of clients and funds under management, has declared to the AMF that on June 17 it crossed below the thresholds of 5% of Capgemini's capital and voting rights, and held 4.86% of the IT group's capital and voting rights.

The American asset management giant explained that this threshold crossing was the result of an off-market and on-market sale of Capgemini shares and a reduction in the number of shares held as collateral.

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