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Roger Dubuis CEO Nicola Andreatta Steps Down


Nicola Andreatta (pictured) has stepped down as CEO of Roger Dubuis to pursue a career outside of the Swiss watchmaker’s owner, the Richemont Group.

Emmanuel Perrin has served as the brand’s interim CEO since June 5 and will remain in that role until a permanent successor is announced.

Perrin, the former president and CEO of Cartier USA, has been Richemont’s head of specialist watchmaking division since 2017.

Andreatta, who formerly headed Tiffany’s watch division, took over Roger Dubuis in 2018. “We would like to take this opportunity to wish Nicola all the very best in the next chapter of his career, and to thank him for his tireless commitment and valuable contribution to Roger Dubuis, which included steering the maison through the COVID crisis,” the company said in a statement.

The Geneva-based brand was founded in 1995 by its namesake, a veteran Swiss watchmaker. Richemont acquired 60% of the company in 2008 and the rest in 2017.

The news of Andreatta’s departure first appeared in Bloomberg.

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By: Rob Bates

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