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Forevermark Names Nomura to Manage Japan

Feb 9, 2012 6:10 AM   By Dilipp S Nag
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RAPAPORT... Diamond brand Forevermark appointed Kazuo Nomura as its managing director for Japan, replacing David Rudlin. The appointment will be effective April 2012.

''Kazuo has worked on the Forevermark brand since its launch and is perfectly placed to help develop the diamond brand’s position within the Japanese market,'' said Forevermark's global chief executive, Stephen Lussier.

Nomura has 31 years of industry experience out of which the past 17 years were within the De Beers Group.

Lussier stated that Nomura is perfectly suited to take Forevermark forward to the next stage of ambitious growth and expansion plan given his in-depth knowledge of the Japanese diamond industry and the retail scenario.

Nomura will be working closely with Rudlin over the coming months to ensure a smooth transition, the company stated.
Tags: David Rudlin, Dilipp S Nag, Forevermark, Japan, Kazuo Nomura, Stephen Lussier
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