Daniel Riedo steps up as Jaeger-LeCoultre CEO


Daniel Riedo has stepped up into his role as Jaeger-LeCoultre chief executive officer, effective from July 1, 2013.

Riedo joined Jaeger-LeCoultre in January 2011 as industrial director, having previously spent 12 years in the Rolex Group while also simultaneously being dedicated to heading-up production at Rolex Geneva and handling the marketing development for Tudor.

He is a graduate of the University of Geneva in corporate management and of the Geneva School of Engineering. The initial announcement was made in May when Jaeger-LeCoultre’s chief executive officer at the time, Jérôme Lambert was appointed as chief executive officer of Montblanc, which was also effective from July 1.

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Lambert is remaining a member of the Group Management Committee.



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