Esselunga To Undergo Restructuring As Caprotti Family Finds Agreement
The complex ownership structure of Italian retailer Esselunga is likely to be simplified in the coming months, as members of the Caprotti clan appear to be nearing agreement on the business' future composition.
Giuliana Albera Caprotti, the second wife of late founder Bernardo Caprotti, and their daughter Marina Sylvia Caprotti, are in the process of completing the purchase of the share capital owned by minority shareholders Giuseppe and Violetta Caprotti, the retailer has announced.
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