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Calvin Klein And Swatch Group Agree To End Licensing Agreement
Swatch Announces Expiration of Licensing Agreement With Calvin Klein
Richemont Sees Alibaba JV Operational At End Of September
The Swatch Group SA is a Switzerland-based holding company engaged in the apparel and accessories industry. The Company’s activities are divided into two core business segments: Watches and Jewelry, as well as Electronic Systems. The Watches and Jewelry segment includes the production and sale of branded watches, jewelry and quartz movements, notably the brands Breguet, Harry Winston, Blancpain, Glashuette Original, Jaquet Droz, Leon Hatot, Omega, Longines, Rado, Union Glashuette, Tissot, Balmain, Certina, Hamilton, Calvin Klein watches and jewelry, Swatch and Flik Flak. The Electronic Systems segment includes the production and marketing of electronic components, notably batteries and sports timing equipment. The Company also supplies products from these segments to third-party watchmakers. Swatch Group SA is represented worldwide through its subsidiaries and distributors, notably Tourbillion and Hour Passion, and operates Swiss production plants in Boncourt, Grenchen and Villeret.
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Georges Nicolas Hayek
Chairman of the Executive Group Management Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Board of Directors
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Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Group Management Board
Lionel a Marca
Vice-President and Head of Technical and Development Management for Blancpain and Harry Winston, Member of the Extended Group Management Board
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Swatch will be blocked from selling some parts to watchmakers, ranging from Richemont's Cartier to Chopard and Breitling, from next year in an escalation of a row between the world's biggest watchmaker and Switzerland's competition regulator.
The Swiss competition watchdog WEKO said on Thursday it put in place "precautionary measures" to govern Swatch Group's shipments of watch mechanisms to other companies ahead of a final decision next year in a long-running dispute.
Swatch Group threatened on Wednesday to pursue damages after it said the Swiss competition authority COMCO wants to prohibit the world's biggest watch maker from supplying watch mechanisms to other companies during 2020.
A Swatch <UHR.S> unit that supplies parts to much of the watch market faces a possible sales ban next year by Switzerland's Competition Commission (Weka), newspaper Schweiz am Wochenende reported on Saturday.
* CFO SAYS JEWELLERY BRANDS HIT BY HONG KONG SLOWDOWN IN Q2, BUT CONFIDENT ON HIGH JEWELLERY PERFORMANCE IN SECOND HALF
* CALVIN KLEIN, INC. AND SWATCH GROUP AGREE TO END LICENSING AGREEMENT
Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group <UHR.S> will no longer make watches and jewellery under the Calvin Klein brand, reducing its exposure to a price segment that is under pressure from smartwatches and other fashion watches.
* SWATCH GROUP AND CALVIN KLEIN: EXPIRATION OF LICENSING AGREEMENT Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
Swatch Group <UHR.S> is not taking any special short-term action in Hong Kong where sales have been hit by escalating political protests recently, the head of the world's biggest watchmaker said at a press conference on Thursday.
Swatch Group <UHR.S> shares surged 5% after mid-year results on Wednesday in which the watchmaker issued a positive outlook regarding its biggest markets and reported progress in curbing grey market sales.
* SWATCH GROUP: ADDITIONAL MEMBERS NAMED TO EXECUTIVE GROUP MANAGEMENT BOARD AND TO EXTENDED GROUP MANAGEMENT BOARD
Swatch Group reported a 11.3% fall in first half of 2019 as the Swiss watch maker's sales fell and profitability was squeezed.
* EXEC SAYS DIFFICULT SITUATION IN FRANCE PERSISTS AS PROTESTS ARE ONGOING
A downturn in Asia and France hit Swatch Group in the last three months of 2018, leading the Swiss watchmaker to post lower-than-expected results for the full year and sending its shares almost seven percent lower.
Swatch Group said business slowed in the last three months of 2018 hit by a downturn in Asia and weak sales in France, leading it to post lower-than-expected results for the full year.
Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group will ask shareholders to reduce the group's equity capital by cancelling stock that the company has repurchased, it said on Thursday.
Swatch Group <UHR.S> will host an event for watch retailers from March 19 to 26 next year, just ahead of the Baselworld watch fair it recently dropped out of, according to an invitation seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
* CONFIRMS TERMINATION OF CONTRACT FOR PARTICIPATION IN BASELWORLD 2019 BY SWATCH GROUP
Omega watch maker Swatch Group <UHR.S> said it expected strong demand in Asia and America to keep driving sales growth this year after first-half net profit bounced back from weak year-ago levels.
Swatch Group said on Wednesday it expected further growth in the second half of the year after net profit rose by 67 percent in the first half, helped by improving demand for Swiss watches in Asia and America.
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