June 2014 : Aldo Magada, Jean-Frédéric Dufour, Elie Bernheim, Michel Teweles
This summer, Jean-Frédéric Dufour takes the helm of the watch industry’s flagship vessel by becoming the new CEO of Rolex, which this dynamic executive in his forties will be keen to steer with all the energy and enthusiasm he has shown in helping Zenith rise to ever greater heights.
In taking the head of Raymond Weil in April, Elie Bernheim is perpetuating the family business tradition established by his grandfather Raymond Weil, in succeeding his father Olivier Bernheim (who remains Chairman of the Board of Directors). This appointment confirms the latter’s approval of the choices made by his son in his role to date which has involved taking charge of developing and optimizing the worldwide strategy of the family firm.
In March 2014, following in the wake of the America’s Cup and the yachting companies with which he has been involved until now, Michel Teweles donned the cap of COO for Speake Marin with a view to developing the brand and its commercial network.