Louis Carey Camilleri
Louis Carey Camilleri
1955 (age 63–64)
|Alma mater||University of Lausanne (B.B.A.)|
|Title||CEO of Ferrari N.V.|
|Spouse(s)||Marjolyn Camilleri (div. 2004)|
After working as a business analyst with W. R. Grace and Company, in Lausanne, Switzerland, Camilleri joined Philip Morris Europe in 1978 as a business development analyst. He held various positions of increasing authority involving the cigarette business in Europe and the Middle East. In December 1995, he was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Kraft Foods. He was named senior vice president and chief financial officer of Philip Morris in November 1996.
Camilleri became CEO of Philip Morris, now Altria Group, in April 2002. Philip Morris USA is the largest tobacco company in the United States, with about half of the U.S. cigarette market. Philip Morris International is a leading international tobacco company with seven of the top 20 global cigarette brands. Camilleri became its CEO when it was spun off from Altria Group in early 2007.
In 2008, Camilleri earned a total compensation of $32,028,923, which included a salary of $1,567,308, stock awards of $14,151,629, and non-equity incentive plan compensation of $9,450,000. His total compensation increased by 33.2% compared to the year before.
André Calantzopoulos (born 1957) is a Greek businessman. He is the CEO of tobacco company Philip Morris International (PMI). He worked as a design engineer in the automotive industry before joining PMI at 28 years old.Camilleri
Camilleri (; Italian: [kamilˈlɛri]) is a common surname in Malta and, to a lesser extent, in Italy (most typically in Sicily). Notable people with the surname include:
Andrea Camilleri, Sicilian writer
Antoine Camilleri, Maltese artist
Antoine Camilleri, Maltese Under-Secretary for Relations with States and deputy foreign minister of the Holy See
Anya Camilleri, British film director
Charles Camilleri, Maltese composer
Chris Camilleri (rugby), former Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer
David Camilleri, Maltese professional football (soccer) player
Davina Camilleri, better known as Davina Barbara, Gibraltarian radio and television presenter
Joe Camilleri, Australian vocalist, songwriter and saxophonist
Joseph Camilleri, Egypt-born Maltese-Australian social scientist and minor philosopher
Lisa Camilleri, Australian professional squash player
Louis C. Camilleri, chairman and CEO of Philip Morris International
Margaret Camilleri, Maltese singer
Nazzareno Camilleri, Maltese philosopher, theologian and mystic
Pawlu Camilleri, Maltese harmonica musician
Ryan Camilleri, Maltese professional football (soccer) player
Stevie Camilleri, Maltese water polo player
Terry Camilleri, Australian actor
Trudy Camilleri, Australian football (soccer) player
Vincenzo Camilleri, Italian professional football (soccer) playerMaltese Americans
Maltese Americans are Americans with Maltese ancestry.Michael Szymanczyk
Michael Edward "Mike" Szymanczyk (born January 3, 1949) is a former Chairman and CEO of Altria Group, serving in that position from 2008 to 2012. He previously served as Chairman and CEO of Philip Morris Companies Inc. between April 2002 and August 2002.Philip Morris International
Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) is an American multinational cigarette and tobacco manufacturing company, with products sold in over 180 countries outside the United States. The most recognized and best selling product of the company is Marlboro.Until a spin-off in March 2008, Philip Morris International was an operating company of Altria. Altria explained the spin-off, arguing PMI would have more "freedom" outside the constraints of US corporate ownership in terms of potential litigation and legislative restrictions to "pursue sales growth in emerging markets.", while Altria focuses on the United States. The shareholders in Altria at the time were given shares in PMI, which was listed on the London Stock Exchange and other markets.
The company's headquarters are in New York City. It does not operate in the United States; Philip Morris USA, a subsidiary of PMI's former owner Altria, owns the Philip Morris brands there.
With tobacco being addictive and the single greatest cause of preventable death globally, the company is highly controversial, not least because of its history of obfuscating scientific evidence around the health impacts of smoking. It has been the subject of litigation and restrictive legislation from governments.
In response to burgeoning awareness of the harm to health of cigarettes, PMI has declared on its homepage the intention to replace cigarettes with smoke-free products, and to "switch ... adult smokers" to these products as the first phase of a business strategy, as a responsible decision for the benefit of "adult smokers" and the companies share-holders and employees.With the world-wide decrease in smoking in the 21st century, shares of Philip Morris were no longer considered the "safe haven" they once were. The company ranked No. 108 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.University of Lausanne
The University of Lausanne (UNIL; French: Université de Lausanne) in Lausanne, Switzerland was founded in 1537 as a school of theology, before being made a university in 1890. As of fall 2017, about 15,000 students and 3,300 employees study and work at the university. Approximately 1,500 international students attend the university (120 nationalities), which has a wide curriculum including exchange programs with world-renowned universities.
Since 2005, the University follows the requirements of the Bologna process. The 2011 Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked the University of Lausanne 116th globally. The CWTS Leiden Ranking 2015 ranks the University of Lausanne 11th in Europe and 41st globally, out of 750 universities.Together with the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) the university forms a vast campus at the shores of Lake Geneva.
Offices and distinctions
|Philip Morris USA|
|U.S. Smokeless Tobacco|
|John Middleton Co.|
|Ste. Michelle Wine Estates|