After 14 years at the head of Monaco Private Label, Michel Bouquier has announced his departure. He will be replaced in this position by Chloé Leclercq.
In 2009, he created the Monaco Private Label (MLP), an international club which brings together very large fortunes from all over the world. Its mission: to encourage this economic elite to settle in Monaco. After 14 years at the head of this structure, Michel Bouquier – who was also former general delegate for tourism in the Principality – announced his departure.
“It is with a certain emotion that I address you to inform you of my departure after 21 years in the service of the Principality, the last 14 years of which were dedicated to the development of Monaco Private Label,” he indicated. in a press release. – “My departure from MPL does not mark the end of my commitment to the causes that are close to my heart. On the contrary, I intend to continue my involvement for the benefit of art and philanthropy.”
The Monaco Private Label, which today brings together nearly 2,000 members in 68 countries, will now be headed by Chloé Leclercq, whom Monegasques know best as 3rd deputy at Monaco Town Hall, in charge of youth and parity, and gender equality.
Married and mother of two children, Chloé Leclercq, 37, also held the position of executive assistant at the Société des Bains de Mer. A graduate of HEC (class of 2010), she also holds a professional Master 2 in business law and international taxation and a Master 2 research in comparative law, both obtained at the Sorbonne in Paris.