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Antonio Cecere will be one of the star Monaco-based speakers at the upcoming Monaco Wealth Forum next month. Cecere Monaco specialises in alternative investment in colourless and fancy colour diamonds, precious gemstones, vintage watches and antique jewellery, with strategic access to the supply chain and control of off-market reservoirs.
Antonio Cecere is the Founder and Vice-President of Monaco Diamond Exchange. He has experience of the luxury sector at its highest levels as he held senior roles for the Richemont Group, Swarovski Group, Babette Wasserman, Burberry and Bally. He has also served as a professor at the International University of Monaco (INSEEC). Cecere Monaco is a trusted member of the Chambre Monegasque Horlogerie et Joaillerie and of the Monaco Diamond Exchange.
Among the company’s activities is the selection of vintage watches and antique jewellery to diversify investment portfolios and give wealth managers clear solutions. The company’s catalogue of High Quality Vintage Watches is pieced together for the experienced collector and consists of extremely rare and rare items, prototypes, numbered production models, discontinued models, limited editions and iconic pieces.
Mr Cecere’s insights into the acquisition of rare timepieces are unequalled.
The Monaco Wealth Forum takes place on March 15 at the Salon Bellevue of the Cafe de Paris, in the heart of Monte-Carlo, in association with Monaco Life.
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