Audemars Piguet, one of the world’s strongest watch brands, is looking for a successor to the charismatic François-Henry Bennahmias, who has been at its helm for a decade.
The company is preparing to hire a major headhunting firm, likely based in Paris, to help it hire an external candidate to lead the luxury watchmaker. The race is on internally as well, several sources with first-hand knowledge of the matter have said. “There will be a dual-track process,” one of the sources said. Bennahmias is due to leave the company sometime next year.
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