PARIS — A spokesman for one of Bernard Arnault’s investment vehicles in Belgium characterized an inquiry by that country’s prosecutor’s office as a “normal technical procedure,” whose outcome is awaited “with great serenity.”
The spokesman for Pilinvest, a holding company Arnault established 14 years ago, said that it has always “fully complied with regulations.” He noted that the investigation in question was initiated about a year ago.
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