LONDON — De Beers Group has named Sandrine Conseiller chief govt officer of De Beers Manufacturers. She replaces Marc Jacheet, who’s leaving De Beers after lower than two years within the position.
De Beers stated Thursday that Conseiller will oversee the event of De Beers’ Manufacturers and funding in current and new diamond markets. She’s going to be a part of the group’s govt committee on Dec. 1.
Conseiller was beforehand with Maus Freres Manufacturers Group, the place she spent eight years, most not too long ago as CEO of Aigle. Earlier than that, she was group advertising and branding govt vp for Lacoste.
She spent nearly twenty years in management roles at Unilever, spanning advertising, common administration and audit disciplines throughout numerous geographies.
Al Prepare dinner, CEO of De Beers Group, stated Conseiller’s “monitor document as a pacesetter of iconic, purpose-led manufacturers speaks for itself. She has constantly pushed transformation and progress. However I’m much more impressed by her ardour and values.”
He added that Conseiller is becoming a member of De Beers “at an thrilling time, as we develop the worth of our 135-year-old model and share magnificent diamond jewellery with our shoppers world wide. I look ahead to working together with her.”
Conseiller stated she’s “wanting ahead to working with colleagues proper world wide to additional unlock the potential of De Beers’ manufacturers by linking the wonder that diamonds carry to the world with the great that diamonds do.”
She is a recipient of the Chevalière de l’Ordre Nationwide du Mérite, or Knight of the French Republic, in recognition of selling variety in enterprise whereas growing sustainability inside the French business.
As reported, Jacheet was handpicked by his predecessor Stephen Lussier, who stepped down from his govt roles final spring after 37 years at De Beers.
Earlier than becoming a member of De Beers, Jacheet was president of Tiffany & Co. Europe, Center East and Africa. Previous to that he served as president of Tiffany’s Asia Pacific area. He has additionally held many international advertising roles with LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Danone and Unilever in Europe and the U.S.