Press Release
Jul 25, 2014

Nominations at Moët Hennessy

Christophe NAVARRE, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Moët Hennessy Wines & Spirits, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jean-Marc LACAVE as President and Regional Managing Director of Moët Hennessy Asia Pacific.

Nominations at Moët Hennessy

Based in Hong-Kong, he reports to Christophe NAVARRE and is a member of the MH W&S Comité Opérationnel.

Jean-Marc LACAVE will replace Mark BEDINGHAM who has made the decision to leave Moët Hennessy after 20 years within the company. Mark has been instrumental in the development of Moët Hennessy in Asia Pacific. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Mark for his exceptional contribution. Jean-Marc will arrive in Asia and begin his handover with Mark from September 15th, 2014.

The appointment of Jean-Marc GALLOT as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Maison Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, effective September 1st, 2014. Based in Reims and Paris, he reports to Christophe NAVARRE and remains a member of the MH W&S Comité Opérationnel.

Hugues PIETRINI, Executive Vice President - Distribution Moët Hennessy Wines & Spirits will be in charge of Ruinart, Krug, Millennium and Glenmorangie, in addition to his current responsibilities, effective September 1st, 2014. He reports to Christophe NAVARRE and remains a member of the MH W&S Comité Opérationnel.

We wish Jean-Marc, Hugues and Jean-Marc all the best in their new roles. We welcome those internal moves as an illustration of our dynamic mobility programme and the strength of our talent pool.

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