Should you wish to do this, however, note that the investing CEO company must have a physical person as its physical representative. Your name will appear on the incorporation certificate of the new SAS as the legal representative of the investing company.
When the company is formed, the choice between a physical or corporate head can be strategic.
For example, when the CEO of an SAS is a physical person, his/her remuneration is taxed on his income and he/she benefits from an allowance of 10% for professional fees. On the other hand, if the CEO is a business, its income is a taxable product.
Moreover, from a practical point-of-view, the designation of a corporate CEO in a SAS can be advantageous, as there will be no formality to carry out if the shareholders later wish to designate a physical person as CEO.