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Exor FY Net Results Turns To Loss Of EUR 30 Mln, Proposes Dividend Of EUR 0.43/shr
Exor To Invest EUR 541 Mln In Christian Louboutin, Become 24% Shareholder
CNH Industrial says production of Nikola TRE electric truck to start at end-2021
Exor NV is an investment holding company based in the Netherlands. The Company invests in companies from different sectors, mainly in Europe and in the United States. It holds interests in PartnerRe, a reinsurance company; Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), a designer, developer and producer of passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, components and production systems; CNH Industrial, a producer of agricultural and construction equipment, trucks, commercial vehicles, buses and specialty vehicles, as well as powertrain applications; Ferrari, a passenger car and sports car manufacturer; The Economist, a magazine with focus on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology, and Juventus, a sports club. FCA, CNH Industrial, Ferrari, PartnerRe and Juventus Football Club, together with Holdings System, constitute the Company's six operating segments.
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Gustav Mahlerplein 25
John Philipp Elkann
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Joseph Y. Bae
Non-Executive Independent Director
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Sustainable mobility has become central for Ferrari as the luxury carmaker, which is searching for a new chief executive, prepares to unveil its first all-electric model in 2025, Chairman John Elkann said on Thursday.
Exor, the holding company of Italy's Agnelli family, on Monday unveiled its second luxury sector deal in three months, investing 541 million euros ($643 million) in shoemaker Christian Louboutin.
The Agnelli family's investment holding company Exor will buy a 25% stake in luxury shoemaker Louboutin for 541 million euros ($643 million), the two companies said on Monday.
Italy's Exor <EXOR.MI> said on Monday that French insurer Covea had agreed to invest a total of 1.5 billion euros ($1.8 billion), partly in entities managed by PartnerRE, after walking away from a deal to buy the reinsurer from Exor earlier this year.
The Agnelli family's investment holding company, Exor NV <EXOR.MI>, said on Tuesday it now has a 92.03% stake in GEDI Gruppo Editoriale S.p.A. <GEDI.MI> following a mandatory tender offer for the remaining shares of the Italian publisher.
Exor NV CEO John Elkann tells analysts in a conference call:
* HAS ACKNOWLEDGED COVÉA'S NOTICE THAT COVÉA WILL NOT HONOUR ITS COMMITMENT TO ACQUIRE PARTNERRE
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