Clarins announces new governance structure; formalizes handover to third generation of family 

Clarins announces new governance structure; formalizes handover to third generation of family 

THE WHAT? Clarins has announced its new governance structure, which formalizes the handover of the company from the second to the third generation.

THE DETAILS Virginie and Prisca Courtin will guide Clarins, looking to continue growing the company ‘in line with its current strategy.’

Virginie Courtin has been appointed Managing Director, alongside President & CEO Jonathan Zrihen and her uncle, Olivier Courtin, who is also Managing Director. Courtin has served as Deputy CEO since 2018.

Prisca Courtin has become Chairman of the Supervisory Board, which monitors the company’s strategic orientations. She has been a member of the Supervisory Board since 2018. Courtin will replace her Uncle, Christian Courtin. 

Clarins Board of Directors includes Jonathan Zrihen, President & CEO, Olivier Courtin, Managing Director, and Virginie Courtin, Managing Director. 

Meanwhile the Supervisory Board comprises Prisca Courtin, Chairman, Guillaume de Malliard, Vice-Chairman, Michel Cohen and Virginie Verin.

THE WHY? Jonathan Zrihen, President & CEO of Clarins, said, “These appointments embody the company’s commitment to change within a framework of continuity. With Virginie and Prisca taking the helm of the company, we will continue to work together to write the next chapter in Clarins’s incredibly story while pursuing our strategic Clarins Unlimited plan, which aims to focus on our brands, well-being and health.”

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