The brothers bought a controlling stake in the Christian Louis brand in 2016.
Their new stake includes the right to make their own decisions about the brand’s future.
The brothers are still making the final decision on who will succeed their father, who died in 2017, and who will lead the brand in the future.
As a result, they are likely to make major decisions about which brands they want to support in the coming years.
This means that brands that were initially designed for a family or for friends might be replaced by ones for whom they are family or a product line that is part of their own family’s lifestyle.
In other words, brands with strong Christian values will likely have more opportunities to be profitable and will have more freedom to pursue their own brand strategies.
In addition, the brands will likely be able to choose which of their existing brands to support with their own funds, allowing them to diversify the brand portfolio even further and give more options to their families.
However, it is not clear whether they will continue to support the brands of their parents, especially since they will be in charge of marketing the brand.
The Bronfman family’s decision to invest in Christian is also likely to help to support their father’s legacy, since the family owns about 70% of the shares.
The family will continue as a minority stakeholder, but will likely hold at least 40% of shares in the brand, and the remaining 30% will be held by the Bronmans’ family trusts.
The investment could help to diversifying the company.
This could allow Christian to focus on a more diversified portfolio, including brands such as clothing, shoes and accessories.
However it will also be important to the brand to continue to sell its products in a way that promotes its Christian values.