A change at the head of Zenith, Jean-Claude Biver is the new CEO

In an official way and from the direct communication of the also President of the Watchmakin Division of the LVMH Group, Aldo Magada leaves the Presidency and executive direction of Zenith to give way to the interim of Jean-Claude Biver, who in turn has the control of TAG Heuer directly.

“I am writing to inform you of the departure of Aldo Magada from his position as CEO & President of Zenith. This decision was taken by mutual agreement and I would like to express my sincere thanks to Mr. Magada for his contribution as well as wishing him every success for the next stage of his professional career. I am personally taking over interim management. I want to be more involved and to create greater synergies between the group’s three brands. I’ll be working with the teams to give this brand the lustre it deserves.”: JCB

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Aldo Magada succeeded – in 2014 – to Zenith CEO Jean Frederic Dufour, current Rolex CEO, after serving as international sales manager at Breitling. With this announcement the path is traced to the Le Locle brand, which has renewed its departments of communication and marketing in order to make sense of the great quality of manufacturing product offered by this prestigious label.

We wish the best way to our friend Aldo, and reiterate our commitment to Zenith to provide its message way better in this new era led by Mr. Biver.

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