TAG Heuer has just announced that CEO Stéphane Linder has resigned after 18 months at the helm. Linder’s 21-year career started at TAG Heuer in 1993 and he played a key role in the development of several model lines (working on the Kirium and 6000 ranges), as well as some of TAG Heuer’s early work in haute horlogerie with the Monaco V4.
The President of LVMH’s watch division, Jean-Claude Biver, will act as interim-CEO until a permanent replacement is appointed.
Linder’s time in charge was turbulent and his resignation will surprise few observers. It’s almost …