F I P P SA is a France-based company involved in cash investment. Originally it was engaged in diversified financial, industrial and commercial operations. Expropriated during the Second World War, the Company, which became FIPP (Financiere et Industrielle de Petrole et de Pharmacie), has since that date hoped to be indemnified by the Russian government. In December 1999, the French Parliament decided to pass a law making provision for compensation to the victims of the Second World War (including FIPP). On December 19, 2008, FIPP filed a case in the European Court. The proceeding to receive compensation was declared as inadmissible on September 9, 2010 and since then, the Company’s activities are based mainly on cash investment. In April 2014, it announced the acquisition of 50,62% of France Tourisme Immobilier and sale of properties in Blanc-Mesnil and on rue de Chazelles in Paris.