Valentino’s MD finance & operations Luca Vianello set to leave
Luca Vianello is about to leave Valentino, after a long career within the Italian luxury group’s senior executive team. The news, first reported by Italian media, was confirmed to FashionNetwork.com by the Roman label, which also indicated that the group's management hierarchy has been revised, and the new arrangements will be made public in January.
Vianello is stepping down from the post of managing director finance and operations after a 20-year career in the Italian luxury label’s senior executive team, having opted to pursue a new professional challenge. He has worked at Valentino ever since the label was bought by the Marzotto group, and through the latest phase, after it was acquired by Qatari investment fund Mayhoola in 2012.
Vianello has notably been the right-hand man of former CEO Stefano Sassi, who left the group in 2020, handing over the reins to new CEO Jacopo Venturini. In 2020, Valentino generated a revenue of €882 million, down from the €1.2 billion recorded in 2019 before the pandemic.
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