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Delphine Arnault

January 16, 2023

In this week’s FB Roundup, Bernard Arnault appoints his daughter Delphine to run Dior; Andrew Forrest says Australia-to-Singapore solar plan is no longer viable; and the heirs of Subway’s founders are set to reap dividends from $10 billion sale deal.

Bernard Arnault appoints daughter Delphine to run Dior
The world's richest man and chairman of luxury goods giant LVMH, Bernard Arnault, has officially appointed his daughter Delphine as the chief executive officer (CEO) of French luxury fashion house Dior.

Arnault’s eldest child takes the reins in a further management shakeup, having recently assigned his eldest son, Antoine, to run the family-owned holding company Christian Dior SE.

December 21, 2018

LVMH’s $3.2 billion acquisition of luxury hotelier and travel operator Belmond is a major strategic turning point that will open up a whole new market for the world’s largest luxury company, one expert suggests.

LVMH’s $3.2 billion acquisition of luxury hotelier and travel operator Belmond is a major strategic turning point that will open up a whole new market for the world’s largest luxury company, one expert suggests.

LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton), owned by the Arnault family, has agreed to buy Belmond as it pushes into ‘experiental’ luxury.

June 18, 2014

The winners of the European Families in Business Awards 2014, in association with Societe Generale Private Banking, have been announced. Take a look at the achievements of CampdenFB's shortlisted candidates.

UK retail family business Pentland Group has been awarded the top honour at the 2014 CampdenFB European Families in Business Awards in Barcelona.

November 21, 2013

Leading luxury family empire LVMH has launched an initiative this week to support young designers.

Leading luxury family empire LVMH has launched an initiative this week to support young designers.

Announced by second-gen Delphine Arnault, the international award is open to designers 40-years-old or younger, who have already created two ready-to-wear men’s or women’s collections.

A panel of judges, including Karl Lagerfield and Marc Jacobs will decide on the winner, who will receive €300,000 to invest in their fashion company and support from a team of experts from LVMH to help them develop it over a period of 12 months.

October 9, 2013

Shareholders in Rupert Murdoch's newly-formed entertainment company 21st Century Fox have been advised to vote against his re-election as chairman – and against the return of his two sons Lachlan and James to the board of directors – by a top proxy advisory firm, ahead of the company's first shareholder meeting next week.

Shareholders in Rupert Murdoch's newly-formed entertainment company 21st Century Fox have been advised to vote against his re-election as chairman – and against the return of his two sons Lachlan and James to the board of directors – by a top proxy advisory firm, ahead of the company's first shareholder meeting next week.

June 26, 2013

French luxury goods group LVMH has announced Delphine Arnault will take a top role at Louis Vuitton – one of the largest luxury brands in the world.

French luxury goods group LVMH has announced Delphine Arnault will take a top role at Louis Vuitton – one of the largest luxury brands in the world.

Her father, Bernard Arnault, is the chairman and chief executive of LVMH and the wealthiest person in France. The group is responsible for 60 luxury brands that span fashion, watches and champagne.

Arnault, 38, currently works as deputy general manager at Dior – the majority shareholder in LVMH – but will take up her new post in September. Her new position will be similar to her role at Dior.

June 7, 2013

The chairman of Paris-based advertising and communications group Havas, Vincent Bollore, has told shareholders he would like his son Yannick to take over his role at the company, which is majority owned by the family’s eponymous holding company.

The chairman of Paris-based advertising and communications group Havas, Vincent Bollore, has told shareholders he would like his son Yannick to take over his role at the company, which is majority owned by the family’s eponymous holding company – now in its sixth generation, with Bollore at the helm.

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