PARIS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Financial adviser Alain Minc is resigning from the supervisory board of French construction and transport concessions group Vinci , due to a conflict of interest. He told La Tribune newspaper on Tuesday he was resigning at the request of Chairman Yves-Thibault de Silguy after French billionaire Francois Pinault took a stake of about 5 percent in the company. Minc is adviser to Pinault. "Francois Pinault is my family," he said, adding that while he told Pinault ...
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