Philippe Bénacin

Philippe Bénacin

Philippe Bénacin
Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Corporate Governance Nominations and Remuneration Committee

Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Corporate Governance Nominations and Remuneration Committee

French citizen

Business address

Interparfums
4, rond-point des Champs-Élysées
75008 Paris – France

Expertise and experience

Philippe Bénacin graduated from Essec in 1983, the year in which he founded the company Interparfums with Jean Madar. As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the company, Philippe Bénacin developed the company’s portfolio of licensed brands, supply chain, international distribution and, more generally, developed the company’s strategy and growth, including its IPO in 1995.

Interparfums is a major player in the Perfume and Cosmetics market and manages, among others, the brands Lanvin, Montblanc, Jimmy Choo, Karl Lagerfeld, Boucheron, Van Cleef & Arpels, Repetto, and Balmain.

Regularly recognized for the quality of its Financial Reporting, the Interparfums Group has earned a number of awards and prizes, including the prestigious Prix Cristal de la transparence de l’information financière and the Prix de l’Audace Créatrice for creativity, awarded to Philippe Bénacin by French Prime Minister François Fillon.

 

Positions currently held (in France)

Interparfums SA, Co‑Founder and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Interparfums Holding, Chairman of the Board of Directors

Positions currently held (outside France)

Interparfums Inc. (United States), President (non executive) and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors
Interparfums Luxury Brands (United States), President (non-executive) and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors
Inter España Parfums & Cosmetiques SL (Spain), Director
Interparfums Srl (Italy), Director
Interparfums Switzerland, Director and Manager
Interparfums Singapore Pte Ltd, Director
Parfums Rochas Spain S.L., Chairman of the Board of Directors

Other positions and offices

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