LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SEMC:PAR

145.95
4.20 / 2.80 %
1.25m
17.69%
0.9936
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
BernardArnault
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
--
66
1989
Mr. Bernard Arnault has served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA since January 1989 and is a Member of the Company’s Executive Committee. He was first appointed on the Company's Board of Directors on September 26, 1988. He began his career as an engineer with Ferret-Savinel, where he became Senior Vice-President for Construction in 1974, Chief Executive Officer in 1977 and finally Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 1978. He remained with this company until 1984, when he became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Financiere Agache and of Christian Dior. Shortly thereafter he spearheaded a reorganization of Financiere Agache following a development strategy focusing on luxury brands. In 1989, Mr. Arnault became the main shareholder in LVMH. Mr. Arnault also holds other mandates, including Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Christian Dior SA, Chairman of the Board of Louis Vuitton pour la Creation, Fondation d’Entreprise and Chateau Cheval Blanc, Chairman of Groupe Arnault SAS, Director of Christian Dior Couture SA, LVMH International SA (Belgium), LVMH Moet Hennessy - Louis Vuitton Inc. (United States) and LVMH Moet Hennessy-Louis Vuitton (Japan) KK, and Member of the Supervisory Committee of Financiere Goujon SAS. He is also a Director of Carrefour SA. Mr. Arnault graduated from Ecole Polytechnique.
 
AntonioBelloni
Member of the Executive Committee and Deputy Chief Executive Officer and President of the Jewelry business group, Director
--
61
2001
 
PierreGode
Member of the Executive Committee, Vice Chairman of the Board
2.62m EUR
70
1989
 
Jean-JacquesGuiony
Member of the Executive Committee - Chief Financial Officer
--
54
2004
 
ChantalGaemperle
Member of the Executive Committee, Group Executive Vice President - Human Resources and Synergies
--
53
2007
 
NicolasBazire
Member of the Executive Committee, Senior Vice-President for Development & Acquisitions, Director
3.99m EUR
57
1999
 
MichaelBurke
Member of the Executive Committee - Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton
--
58
2012
 
Christopherde Lapuente
Member of the Executive Committee - Chief Executive Officer of Sephora
--
49
2011
 
ChristopheNavarre
Member of the Executive Committee - Wines & Spirits
--
57
2001
 
DanielPiette
Member of the Executive Committee - Investment Funds
--
70
--
 
Pierre-YvesRoussel
Member of the Executive Committee - Fashion
--
50
2006
 
PhilippeSchaus
Member of the Executive Committee - DFS
--
--
2012
 
Jean-BaptisteVoisin
Member of the Executive Committee - Strategy
--
48
--
 
Marc-AntoineJamet
General Secretary
--
--
--
 
AntoineArnault
Director
806.33k EUR
38
2006
 
DelphineArnault
Director
1.01m EUR
40
2003
 
CharlesPowell
Director
242.50k EUR
73
1997
 
FrancescoTrapani
Director
1.63m EUR
57
2011
 
BernadetteChirac
Independent Director
37.50k EUR
81
2010
 
NicholasClive Worms
Independent Director
63.00k EUR
72
1988
 
Charlesde Croisset
Independent Director
76.88k EUR
71
2008
 
Yves-Thibaultde Silguy
Independent Director
112.50k EUR
66
2009
 
DiegoDella Valle
Independent Director
37.50k EUR
61
2002
 
AlbertFrere
Independent Director
52.50k EUR
89
1997
 
Marie-JoseeKravis
Independent Director
37.50k EUR
65
2011
 
Marie-LaureSauty de Chalon
Independent Director
33.75k EUR
--
--
 
HubertVedrine
Independent Director
45.00k EUR
67
2004
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