Kering and its parent company, Artemis, are keeping a foot in the door at Puma. Héloise Temple-Boyer and Fiona May replaced two top executives from Kering, Jean-Marc Duplaix and Béatrice Lazat, on Puma's supervisory board at the company's annual meeting. Born in 1969, May won Olympic silver in the long jump in 1996 and 2000 and scored as world champion in 1995 and 2001. She is now an independent management consultant. Temple-Boyer joined Artemis in 2013 as investment director and is now its deputy general manager. After the spin-off of Puma in May 2018, Kering retained a little more than 15 percent of its shares and said that Artemis, the holding company of the Pinault family, would hold a stake of about 29 percent.