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The departure of CEO François-Henry Bennahmias could be a real blow for Audemars Piguet

The departure of CEO François-Henry Bennahmias could be a real blow for Audemars Piguet

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It is no longer a rumor, François-Henry Bennahmias, the CEO of Audemars Piguet, the Swiss watch brand, will leave his position at the end of 2023.

 

François-Henry Bennahmias will step down as CEO of the luxury watch brand Audemars Piguet at the end of next year to pursue other challenges. The brand’s board of directors is looking for his successor.

 

After 30 successful years in our company, including the last 10 years as CEO, François-Henry Bennahmias wishes, in agreement with the board of directors, to take on new challenges from 2024,” the Brassus-based manufacture told AWP. However, he will “continue to exercise his duties to the full” until the arrival of his successor.

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François-Henry Bennahmias had joined the company in 1994 before taking over as CEO in 2012. “I’ve been in this position for ten years, and I think it’s time to move on, also for the good of the company,” he explained to Le Temps magazine.

 

The Bennahmias method

 

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It is no longer a rumor, François-Henry Bennahmias, the CEO of Audemars Piguet, the Swiss watch brand, will leave his position at the end of 2023.

 

François-Henry Bennahmias will step down as CEO of the luxury watch brand Audemars Piguet at the end of next year to pursue other challenges. The brand’s board of directors is looking for his successor.

 

After 30 successful years in our company, including the last 10 years as CEO, François-Henry Bennahmias wishes, in agreement with the board of directors, to take on new challenges from 2024,” the Brassus-based manufacture told AWP. However, he will “continue to exercise his duties to the full” until the arrival of his successor.

 

François-Henry Bennahmias had joined the company in 1994 before taking over as CEO in 2012. “I’ve been in this position for ten years, and I think it’s time to move on, also for the good of the company,” he explained to Le Temps magazine.

 

The Bennahmias method

 

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