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Richemont chief transformation officer Frank Vivier added that the aim was to make Enquirus ‘the largest international database of lost and stolen watches and jewellery’ in the world.
Richemont chief transformation officer Frank Vivier added that the aim was to make Enquirus ‘the largest international database of lost and stolen watches and jewellery’ in the world.

Richemont tackles crime with launch of Enquirus program

The Richemont Group has unveiled a new digital platform where users can upload and share information about watches and jewellery in a bid to limit theft.

Named ‘Enquirus’, the program is a collaborative effort between Richemont and other watch and jewellery manufacturers, law enforcement agencies, insurance companies, the second-hand market, and other stakeholders.

Jérôme Lambert, CEO Richemont
Jérôme Lambert, CEO Richemont
“By providing free access for customers and industry partners, the opportunity to sell stolen watches becomes more prohibitive, with the ultimate objective of reducing the incentive to steal watches in the first place.”
Jérôme Lambert, Richemont

More than 175 luxury watch brands have already joined as well as several leading jewellery brands.

“This reliable solution brings together multiple stakeholders to serve customers and the entire industry, by facilitating borderless cooperation between police forces and insurance partners,” said Jérôme Lambert, CEO of Richemont.

“By providing free access for customers and industry partners, the opportunity to sell stolen watches becomes more prohibitive, with the ultimate objective of reducing the incentive to steal watches in the first place.”

Richemont chief transformation officer Frank Vivier added that the aim was to make Enquirus ‘the largest international database of lost and stolen watches and jewellery’ in the world.

According to the company, more than 28,000 watches and jewellery pieces have been uploaded to the program and registered as lost or stolen.

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