PARIS — Christophe Navarre, chairman and chief executive officer of Moët Hennessy, LVMH’s wine and spirits division, is reshuffling his team of executives.
The group has named Jean-Marc Lacave as president and regional managing director of Moët Hennessy Asia Pacific. Lacave, currently at the helm of LVMH-owned Champagne house Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, is to start on Sept. 15.
He will succeed Mark Bedingham “who has made the decision to leave Moët Hennessy after 20 years within the company,” the group announced, thanking Bedingham for his “exceptional contribution.” Lacave will be based in Hong Kong and will report directly to Navarre.
His successor as president and chief executive officer at Veuve Clicquot is Jean-Marc Gallot, who will move over from Ruinart, Krug, Millennium and Glenmorangie, where he is currently executive vice president. Gallot will take up his new post on Sept. 1 and will report to Navarre.
Hugues Pietrini, in turn, will take on Gallot’s current responsibilities in addition to his present post of executive vice president of distribution at Ruinart, Krug, Millennium and Glenmorangie, also effective Sept. 1.
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