Are luxury brands timeless?
About this episode
Are luxury brands timeless? The global luxury industry has shown remarkable resilience in the past century and continues to grow despite wars, economic crises, and natural disasters. In this episode, Caroline Reyl, Head of Premium Brands at Pictet Asset Management, interviews Stanislas de Quercise, former CEO of Cartier and Van Cleef and Arpels, to discuss the evolution of the luxury industry and explore trends that have changed over the recent years.
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Stanislas de Quercize
Stanislas de Quercize, a serial former CEO, entrepreneur and leader since 1989, he has had an extensive career within the Richemont Group, having worked with Montblanc, Alfred Dunhill, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Cartier – where he rose to be President of Cartier Inc. in the United States. Prior to that he was Marketing Product Manager, Marketing Director Procter & Gamble in France & Belgium from 1981-1992. He is a member of several boards including, Christian Louboutin, Messika, Barnes International, Fonds d’Investissement Caravelle, Fondation Remy Cointreau, American Friends of le Louvre, and of the Service Catholique des Funérailles. Futhermore he was also member of the Comité Colbert from 2007-2015. Today he is founder and President of SAVIH a family office specialized in start-up of digital disruption.
Caroline Reyl holds a degree in finance from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris and a master's in finance from University of Paris-Dauphine. She started her career in 1994 as an analyst for Lehman Brothers. She then went on to be an investment manager at GLG Partners before joining Pictet Asset Management in 2002 where she currently runs the Pictet-Premium Brands Fund.