PARIS — Galeries Lafayette is poised to announce another wide-ranging management reshuffle as Nicolas Houzé starts to implement his transformation of the French retailer’s department store division, according to a source close to the matter.
Houzé, who replaced Paul Delaoutre as chief executive officer of the division last year, will shortly announce five new appointments to the group’s executive committee. They will include both internal promotions and two external hires, the source said.
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