Users' questions

Does Cartier belong to Richemont?

Does Cartier belong to Richemont?

The following companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of Compagnie Financière Richemont SA unless otherwise noted. Vendôme Luxury Group, including: Cartier — jewellery and watches; based in Paris, France. Vacheron Constantin — watches; based in Geneva, Switzerland.

When did Richemont buy Cartier?

The newly private Vendome continued to add to its luxury goods portfolio, buying the Lancel leather goods brand in 1998 and adding to the Cartier group with the acquisition of Van Cleef & Arpels in 1999.

What makes Richemont luxury a small international business?

Each Maison functions as an international business with a small family feel and is led by an entrepreneurial spirit and respect for tradition. We apply our métiers d’art and craftsmanship to watch-making, jewellery, writing instruments and high-end fashion and accessories.

Who are the brands that make up Richemont?

Our Maisons™ encompass several of the most prestigious names in the luxury industry including Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Piaget, Vacheron Constantin, Jaeger-LeCoultre, IWC, Panerai and Montblanc. Why join us? As one of the leading global luxury goods companies, Richemont comprises 21 Maisons.

What makes Richemont a good place to work?

Richemont is a place where challenge-hungry talents come together. A place where you’ll have fun cracking never-seen-before challenges, invent solutions with other bright minds and have a genuine impact. As a student or graduate, our exciting internships will accelerate your growth.

What are the benefits of an internship at Richemont?

Our graduate programmes have been designed to involve young talent in the acceleration of Richemont’s transformation to craft the future of luxury. They offer highly competitive salaries, benefits and endless opportunities to learn, develop your potential, and accelerate your career progression.