Method for holding shares

LVMH shares can be held in three forms: shares registered with the company (registered and placed in an account managed by LVMH) , shares registered through a bank (registered at LVMH and placed in an account managed by a financial intermediary) and bearer shares (registered and placed in an account managed by a financial intermediary).

Shares registered with the company

Shares are registered in an account managed by LVMH.

LVMH – Shareholders department
22, avenue Montaigne
75382 Paris Cedex 08
FRANCE
Tel: +33 (0)1 44 13 23 43 – +33 (0)1 44 13 22 32

Your purchase and sell orders are handled by your financial intermediary.

LVMH Shareholders department provides free book keeping services for shares registered with the Company.

You automatically receive your Notice of the Annual General Meeting and your admission card directly.

A double-voting right is granted to any share held in registered form for more than three years.

Shares registered through a bank

Shares are registered at LVMH but listed in an account managed by a financial intermediary.

Your purchase and sell orders are handled by your financial intermediary. Book keeping services are charged by your financial intermediary.

You automatically receive your Notice of the Annual General Meeting and your admission card directly.

A double-voting right is granted to any share held in registered form for more than three years.

Bearer shares

Shares are registered in an account managed by a financial intermediary.

Your purchase and sell orders are handled by your financial intermediary. Book keeping services are charged by your financial intermediary.

To participate in the Annual General Meeting, you need to request an admission card from the financial intermediary who manages your shares. The latter will send us a statement certifying the ownership of your shares and we will send you your admission card. If you wish to vote by correspondence or be represented by a proxy, your financial intermediary will give you a voting form.

If you have not received your admission card by the second business day preceding the Shareholders’ Meeting, you will be required to request a participation certificate (attestation de participation) from the financial intermediary who manages your bearer shares.

The Shareholders’ Club card, securities account statements, portfolio estimates or valuations of securities accounts are not sufficient to entitle holders to participate in the Shareholders’ Meeting.

On the day of the Meeting, during sign-in, all shareholders must be able to prove their identity and their status as shareholders.