Code de référence:  70178

Regulatory Expert - 100%


Villars-sur-Glâne, Switzerland, FR, CH


Richemont, l’un des leaders mondiaux dans le secteur du luxe, possède différentes Maisons spécialisées dans la joaillerie, l’horlogerie et les accessoires haut de gamme. Chaque Maison incarne fièrement une tradition de style, de qualité et d’artisanat et Richemont s’efforce de préserver l’héritage et l’identité propres à chacune d’elle. Dans le même temps, nous nous engageons à innover et à concevoir de nouveaux produits en accord avec les valeurs de nos Maisons, à travers un processus de créativité permanente.

A position of Regulatory Specialist/Expert (100%/) in the Regulatory Team of the Group Product & Trade Compliance Department (GPTC). 

GPTC provides regulatory intelligence and compliance solutions to Richemont Group internal stakeholders (Maisons & Regions). As a function-head department, we coordinate an international network of compliance managers within our businesses. The Department communicates relevant guidance and training for the purpose of implementing regulatory changes within the Group. We secure conformity across our supply chain & entities on multiple Product & Trade compliance topics, such as Product Claims, Packaging (e.g.: Eco-Design & Sorting), Circular Economy & other Product Environmental Regulations, Due Diligence on Materials Sourcing (e.g.: Conflict Minerals, EUTR), Product Compliance Schemes (e.g.: CE, UKCA, EAC), Precious Metal regulations (e.g.: Hallmarking), Chemicals (e.g.: REACH), Electronics (e.g.: ROHS, EMC), Tariff & Non-Tariff barriers, FTAs, on a worldwide scope. 



You will join a growing department of motivated “intrapreneurs” willing to push excellence in their fields.  

As a Regulatory Specialist/Expert, you will primarily perform regulatory research, prepare internal guidelines, manage internal knowledge databases, and provide day-to-day consulting and training to our internal stakeholders.  


  • This job profile is not meant to be all inclusive of the responsibilities of this position and may include other duties as assigned, but areas of focus will be as follows: Acquire/develop/maintain/deliver expertise on product & trade compliance regulatory fields (e.g.: regulations on Circular Economy, Packaging, Hallmarking, Chemicals, Electronic equipment, Merchandising Products) to support our international Group stakeholders.  

  • Monitor regulations, identify & analyze product & trade compliance requirements across markets. Help the Maisons to launch new products or to access new markets. 

  • Produce regulatory content, guidance, directives, tools, vulgarization materials, enterprise social media postings, share them in our systems, and deliver training (webinars, classroom, etc.) to our stakeholders. 

  • Build a network of external stakeholders (industry associations, consultants, authorities, certification and testing 3rd parties) to help clarify regulatory changes and build compliance solutions for our businesses. 

  • Support the deployment of harmonized processes for Conformity Assessment (e.g.: based on ISO 10377 principles) in the Group and deliver workshops to strengthen community and best practice sharing among product compliance managers from the Maisons.  

  • Reflect & participate on the general continuous improvement of the services delivered by the Regulatory Team (regulatory intelligence, regulatory content production, conformity assessment processes in Maisons, etc.). 



  • General knowledge and understanding of compliance requirements for consumer products (e.g., Watches & Jewelry, Fashion, EEE, Packaging, Merchandising products). 

  • Experience in regulatory research (regulatory databases and online resources). 

  • Strong analytical skills: ability to summarize regulations and key impacts on both high-level and fine details. Ability to quickly assess and interpret new regulations, understand the bigger picture and easily translate raw risks to business impacts and solutions.  

  • Strong communication (both written and verbal) skills and strong PowerPoint presentation skills. You can deliver effective and engaging presentations (structure, design, the tone of your voice and the body language you convey). You have an ability to communicate with passion & leadership the topics you’ve made yours. 

  • You work autonomously with minimum guidance, and with a high sense of diligence and attention to detail. 

  • A good general culture, you are intellectually curious and motivated to learn new capabilities based on the needs of the department. 

  • A consultative and cooperative way of interacting. 



  • 2-4 (Specialist) or more than 5 (Expert) years of experience providing consultation, performing research, content writing in an international environment in the field of Regulatory Affairs / Legal / Risk Management / Quality / Sustainability, preferably in the Luxury, Retail, Consumer Products, Electronics, or Certification & Testing industry.  

  • A master’s degree in law, business, engineering, chemistry, or equivalent. 

  • Excellent oral and written communications skills in French and in English.  

  • Proficiency in Microsoft SharePoint and knowledge management digital tools is a plus.    



  • A great opportunity to be part of a passionate and diverse team that goes the extra mile to uphold outstanding service for our internal clients. 

  • Richemont will allow you to explore your curiosity and deepen your knowledge of Luxury Watchmaking.  

  • An opportunity to meet and learn from our experts. 



  • Firstly, you will speak with HR for them to get to know YOU and provide you a preview of the position as well of the team dynamics and company culture. 

  • If shortlisted, you will be meeting with the Manager to dive deeper and assess your fit to this role.