| Naamloze vennootschap|
€744.5 million (2015)
| BIT: EXO|
Agnelli family (52.99%)
136.4 billion EUR (2015)
| John Elkann (Chairman & CEO)|
John Elkann (11 Feb 2011–)
Ferrari S.p.A., Juventus F.C., PartnerRe Ltd.
Exor N.V. is a leading investment company, controlled by the Agnelli family. With a capitalization of over US$13 billion, it sums up an entrepreneurial story based on more than a century of investments. Its principal investments include Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, CNH Industrial and Ferrari. Resultantly, Exor is first as an economic group in Italy for sales volume, and the 19th in the world.
Exor (company) Wikipedia
Declared shareholdings as of March 2016:
Main Exor N.V. shareholders as of 12 October 2015:
In 1957 IFI acquired control of Istituto Commerciale Laniero Italiano, which conducted activities in the financial field, particularly in the textile and wool sector. In 1963 it extended its operations to the banking system and changed its name to Istituto Bancario Italiano Laniero. Three years later, having spun off the banking business to Banca Subalpina, the company became Istituto Finanziario Italiano Laniero (IFIL), playing a parallel role to that of IFI and conducting similar investment management activities.
IFI gained holdings in numerous firms over the decades, including Unicem and 3M, many of which have since been divested. IFI listed preference shares on the Borsa Italiana in 1968. A reorganisation of the Agnelli family's holdings in 2008 led to the merger of IFI and IFIL to create Exor, the new name being taken from the French company (then the majority owner of Perrier water and the Château Margaux estate) which it acquired in 1991.
The family firm Giovanni Agnelli B.V. owns 52.99% of the share capital.
Exor is ranked 19th richest company according to the 2015 Fortune Global 500 list.
In 2015 Exor bought PartnerRe with a bid of $140 per share (total $6.9 billions). Originally it had offered $130 per share and in response Axis Re offered $120.31 per share in paper plus $11.50 in a pre-closing dividend.
On August 12, 2015, the editor announced that Exor will purchase three-fifths of the Economist Group shares currently owned by Pearson PLC. Exor held shares in the Economist Group prior to this purchase. This is considered to be the "most important change to The Economist's shareholding structure in almost 90 years." Pearson PLC which also owns the Financial Times has had a non-controlling 50% stake in the Economist Group since 1928. The Economist Group will buy back the remained two-fifths of Pearson shares.
On September 2nd 2015 Exor closed the sale of Cushman & Wakefield to Chicago-based DTZ for $1,28 billion in net, generating a capital gain of $722 million for the holding company of Italy's Agnelli family.
Board of Directors in charge as of 2 August 2015:John Philip Elkann - chairman and chief executive officer
Sergio Marchionne - vice chairman
Alessandro Nasi di Villapaciosa - vice chairman
Andrea Agnelli - director
Marc Bolland - independent director
Niccolò Camerana - director
Ginevra Elkann - director
Annemiek Fentener Van Vlissingen - independent director
Jae Yong Lee - independent director
Antonio Mota De Sousa Horta-Osorio - independent director
Vittorio Avogadro di Collobiano - director
Lupo Rattazzi - director
Robert Speyer - independent director
Mike Volpi - lead independent director
Ruthi Whertheimer - independent director