|Intro||French-Saudi Arabian businessman|
|Was||Businessperson Entrepreneur Engineer Actor|
|From||France Saudi Arabia|
|Field||Business Engineering Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
|Birth||25 September 1952, Geneva, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland|
|Death||6 June 2021, Geneva, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland (aged 68 years)|
Mansour Akram Ojjeh (25 September 1952 – 6 June 2021) (Arabic: مَنْصُور أَكْرَم عُجَّة, Manṣūr ʾAkram ʿUjjah) was a French Saudi Arabian-born entrepreneur who owned part of TAG, a Luxembourg-based holding company with interests worldwide. Ojjeh was the CEO of TAG, which owns 14.32% of the McLaren Group, assets of which include McLaren Automotive and the McLaren Formula One team since the 1970s and 2000s.
He was the former owner of TAG Heuer. He also owned 10% of the upmarket jewellers Asprey and Garrard.
Early life and education
Ojjeh was born in 1952 and was the son of Syrian born Saudi businessman Akram Ojjeh, son-in-law to Mustafa Tlass. 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 in California.
In late 2013 Ojjeh had a double lung transplant after suffering with IPF lung disease for the previous four years, returning to full health in 2014.
Ojjeh died on the morning of 6 June 2021, at the age of 68.