TURNOVER: 4 M €
Xavier Namy aquires Lilloise de Télésurveillance in France, renaming it ‘Scutum’, focusing on remote surveillance within the B2B and B2G markets.
Franck Namy becomes the Scutum Group’s CEO, leading further expansion with new Safety and Security solutions in the B2B and B2G segments.
Custos Electronic Security was acquired in France.
Scutum focuses on rapid growth through new acquisitions, adding Protext into its portfolio. It evolves from Security Remote Monitoring to Electronic Security Integration.
Acquisition of CESS, 3i takes a 12% stake in Scutum to help it pursue its development.
TURNOVER: 25 M €
Scutum reaches €25 Million turnover and continues to accelerate its growth by acquiring 15 companies with a focus in alarm installation in the B2C market.
Acquisition of Gastinne Sécurité in France.
3i exits the shareholding structure.
TURNOVER: 50 M €
Acquisition of AFT and Alarmelec 60 (alarm installation for private individuals).
Scutum continues to accelerate its growth by acquiring 15 companies with a focus in alarm installation in the B2C market.
G4S Technologie, G4S Télésurveillance and Egide were acquired.
The ‘Defence Confidential’ Certification was obtained.
TURNOVER: 76 M €
Following his nomination as ‘Manager of the Year’ by Private Security Awards (2009), Scutum Group’s CEO Franck Namy leads the creation of the Risk Management Business Unit and the acquisition of SSF (Scutum Security First), specialised in international risk prevention and management.
TURNOVER: 109 M €
The Scutum Group is one of the leading European players in the Electronic Security, Fire Protection and Safety & Defence and continues its international expansion with the acquisitions of Trident Fire & Security Group, Elite Fire Protection, Securi-Guard Monitoring Services, Securi-Track (European Tracking & Recovery) andLogiscan Fire & Security in the UK, and BSG-Wüst GmbH in Germany.
TURNOVER: 184 M €
The Scutum Group rebrands its five Remote Surveillance/Alarm Receiving Centres to Scutum Digital, reflecting Scutum’s strategy to further strengthen its Cybersecurity capabilities while deploying its multi-protocol, AI-based software ERIDAN™ Predictive Security System across five Monitoring/Alarm Receiving Centres in Europe (Yeoman Monitoring Services, Harlow and Securi-Guard Monitoring Services, Plymouth, UK ; Scutum Télésurveillance, Rouen and Toulouse in France; and BSG-Wüst GmbH in Frankfurt, Germany).