The second Carrefour shareholder supports its CEO and makes it known.
On Tuesday, Brazilian magnate Abilio Diniz, whose Peninsula holding company owns 7.94% of Carrefour and 7.66% of Carrefour Brazil, made the São Paulo-Paris round trip to attend the distributor's Digital Day.
The opportunity to have lunch with Alexandre Bompard and meet
Abilio Diniz is very satisfied with the work of Alexandre Bompard and does not want to see him leave at all.
The exit of Groupe Arnault from the capital of Carrefour at the end of August, then the failure of negotiations for a marriage with Auchan in October, nevertheless gave the feeling that Alexandre Bompard was weakened vis-à-vis his main shareholders.
And all the more so since some in the entourage of the Moulin family, Carrefour's largest shareholder (12.4%), are campaigning for a change of CEO and strategy.
The puzzle of consolidation in mass distribution
Philippe Houzé, vice-chairman of the board of Carrefour and representative of the Moulin family, has certainly called Alexandre Bompard the
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