Breakdown of share capital




Breakdown of share capital

Kering is 42%-owned by Artémis, the holding company controlled by the Pinault family. The rest of the share capital is held by institutional, individual, employee shareholders and executive corporate officers.

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Breakdown of share capital




Artémis group Family holding company42.2%

Institutional investors52.7%

Institutional investors 52.7%

Artémis group Family holding company 42.2%

Treasury shares 0.7%

Individual shareholders 4.2%

Employee and executive corporate officers (1) 0.2%

(1)Treasury shares 0.7%

(2)Individual shareholders 4.2%

(3)Employee and executive corporate officers (1) 0.2%

As of December 31, 2023, private individual shareholders held 4.2% of the Group’s share capital. Institutional investors owned 52.7% of the share capital, with 6.8% held by French institutions and 45.9% by investors residing outside France. Among the international institutional investors, North America-and United Kingdom-based shareholders held 19.9% and 11.2% of the share capital, respectively. Continental European investors (excluding France) held 7.9% of the share capital, including Switzerland (1.4%), Germany (1.3%) and Norway (1.3%). Shareholders based in the Asia-Pacific region represented 3.1% of the share capital.

Update on 03/19/2024