Q: What is the ownership structure of Levi Strauss?
A: Levi Strauss & Co. is privately held by the descendants of the family of Levi Strauss. Shares of company stock are not publicly traded. Shares of Levi Strauss K.K., the company’s Japanese affiliate, are publicly traded in Japan.
Q: Are any family members actively involved in the day-to-day management of the company?
Q: Why does Levi Strauss file financial statements with the SEC if the company is privately held?
A: We file with the SEC because we have public bondholders.
Q: Where can I get detailed financial information on the company?
A: You can get additional financial information from elsewhere on this site or from the SEC.
Q: What is the company’s governance structure?
A: You can find more information in the Corporate Governance section.
Q: When is the company’s year-end?
A: Our fiscal year ends the last Sunday in November.
Q: How can I invest in the company?
A: You can buy public bonds in Levi Strauss & Co.