Bernard Arnaud

Image: TNTN Photos

Image: TNTN Photos

Bernard Arnault, Forbes billionaires’ list #15, is the majority shareholder of Christian Dior SA, the CEO of Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy SA (LVMH) and the Chairman of both companies.

LVMH is a France-based luxury goods company, the world’s largest luxury conglomerate. It owns a portfolio of luxury brands and its business activities are divided into five business groups:

• Wines and spirits,
• Fashion and leather goods,
• Perfumes and cosmetics,
• Watches and jewelry and,
• Selective retailing.


Christian Dior, the luxury goods group, is the main holding company of LVMH, indirectly owning 40.9% of its shares, and 59.01% of its voting rights:
• 40.9% of LVMH is owned by Financière Jean Goujon, a company whose sole purpose is to hold LVMH shares.
• Christian Dior SA owns 100% of Financière Jean Goujon.
• The Arnault family, in turn, has a 70.4% direct and indirect holding in Christian Dior.
• Groupe Arnault, in which the Arnault family has 93.2%, holds the Christian Dior shares and has a separate 5.6% stake in LVMH.

LVMH’s portfolio includes but is not limited to the following brands :

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Fashion and leather goods

• Berluti
• Céline
• Christian Dior Couture
• Donna Karan
• Edun
• Emilio Pucci
• Fendi
• Givenchy
• Kenzo
• Marc Jacobs
• Moynat
• Loewe
• Loro Piana
• Louis Vuitton
• Nicholas Kirkwood
• Nowness
• Thomas Pink

[/bscolumns][bscolumns class= »one_third »]Perfumes and cosmetics
• Acqua di Parma

• BeneFit Cosmetics
• Guerlain
• Kenzo Parfums
• Fendi Perfumes
• Fresh
• Nude
• Parfums Christian Dior
• Parfums Givenchy
• Perfumes Loewe[/bscolumns][bscolumns class= »one_third_last »]Watches and jewelry
• Bulgari

• Chaumet
• De Beers
• Hublot
• TAG Heuer
• Zenith[/bscolumns][bscolumns class= »clear »][/bscolumns]

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