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Exclusive: Thomas Pink chief executive to depart in April

Thomas Pink president and chief executive Jonathan Heilbron will leave the company on 1 April and be replaced by Christopher Zanardi, who has worked for the firm’s parent company, LVMH, since 2001.

Jonathan Heilbron

Jonathan Heilbron

Jonathan Heilbron

Zanardi has been executive vice president of commercial activities for LVMH-owned Louis Vuitton since 2012 and previously held roles including president of Louis Vuitton North Asia and international retail director for Fendi Italia. He started his career in 1987 at Alfred Dunhill.

Heilbron joined shirt retailer Thomas Pink as finance director in 1997 when the firm had 12 UK stores and a £15m turnover. He became president and chief executive in 2004.

Today, Thomas Pink has more than 130 stores around the world. LVMH does not break down individual performance for firms within its group.

Heilbron is on the board of luxury organisation Walpole. His next move is not yet known.

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