Responsible for publication: Juliette David 
Company name: HORUS Development Finance
Legal Form: SAS (Simplified join-stock company), with a share capital of EUR 190.277
Head office address: 39, rue La Fayette, 75009 Paris, France
Registered with the RCS of Paris (France) under n° 810 144 741
Intracommunity VAT: FR04810144741
Activity: Providing technical support and advisory services to public or private companies, to national or international organisations, notably in the fields of finance (public or private), banking, thrift, credit or insurance, financial services, agriculture, environment, and of development in general, in France and abroad  
Phone number: +33-



Company name: Cohérence
Head office address: 27 avenue des peupliers - 35510 Cesson-Sévigné
Phone number: 02 23 50 55 60




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