Moncler SpA shareholders on Tuesday approved a gross dividend of 0.40 euros per share, for a total amount of more than 99.8 million euros to be paid on May 22.
The awards, celebrating remarkable Italian entrepreneurs and creative talents, will be assigned in Rome on May 10.
The retailer will launch a version of its popular restaurant in the flagship.
The company is banking on the Moncler Genius project to provide newness and attract new customers as it invests in quality, technology and distribution.
The bank sees sector growth slowing from 9 percent in 2018 to 6 percent in 2019 and 2020.
The ceo of Paris-based investment firm Eurazeo was named a Knight of the Legion of Honor.
Pierpaolo Piccioli, Stefano Sassi and Remo Ruffini are among the personalities photographed by Giovanni Gastel for the IEO-CCM Foundation’s first campaign.
The outerwear specialist was reportedly the only company bidding for the rental of a 8,051-square-foot space in the city’s iconic shopping arcade.
Personal luxury goods are expected to post an average annual growth of 3 to 5 percent at constant exchange, according to the Bain & Co. Luxury Goods Worldwide Market Study released on Thursday with Altagamma.