A wristwatch is a significant component of men’s fashion. While it serves practical functionality of showing time, it also has become a collectible item for many. Listed below are the top five powerful men of the financial services industry who were spotted with an A-list collection!
Anthony Scaramucci who was expected to serve in the Trump administration as the director of the office of public liaison and intergovernmental affairs, was spotted during the World Economic Forum sporting a Breitling Avenger, a luxury watch that is priced at $5,835.
Cliff Asness is one of the co-founders of AQR Capital Management, a global investment firm based in Connecticut, US that manages $180.6 billion. Asness was spotted with a Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar. A pre-owned costs a whopping $41,500.
Ray Dalio is the founder of Bridgewater Associates that manages over $104 billion as of December 2016. At this year’s World Economic Forum, Dalio was spotted sporting an Apple Watch priced between $269 to $1049.
David Solomon is the president and co-chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs. Solomon was spotted with a Shinola Runwell Chronograph. The watch is priced at $750.
Sergio Ermotti is the CEO of UBS Group, a multi-national financial services company based in Switzerland. The Swiss-native like a true patriot, was spotted with a Swiss watch, a gold Rolex Daytona priced at $13,995.