Mansour Ojjeh

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Mansour Akram Ojjeh (born 1952) (Arabic:منصور عجة) is a French Saudi Arabia-born[1] entrepreneur[2] who owns part of TAG, a Luxembourg-based holding company with interests worldwide. Ojjeh is the CEO of TAG which owns 21% of the McLaren Technology Group, the most important asset of which is the McLaren Formula One team.

He is the former owner of TAG Heuer. He also owns 10% of the upmarket jewellers Asprey and Garrard.[3]

Early life and education[edit]

Ojjeh was born in 1952 and is the son of Syrian born Saudi businessman Akram Ojjeh. His mother was French and he spent much of his childhood in France. He attended schools in the United States, graduating in 1974 with a degree in Business Administration from Menlo College, California.[4][5]

Health issues[edit]

In late 2013 he had a double lung transplant after suffering with IPF lung disease for the previous four years, returning to full health in 2014. [6]


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  2. ^ List of companies related to Mansour Ojjeh -
  3. ^ Reece, Damian (13 July 2003). "The billionaire widow toying with Cordiant". The Telegraph. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
  4. ^ "People: Mansour Ojjeh". F1 News. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
  5. ^ "Doing Global Business". Menlo College. Retrieved 2 July 2017.
  6. ^ Noble, Jonathan. "McLaren shareholder Mansour Ojjeh recovering from lung transplant". Retrieved 17 November 2016.