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Financial services firms require strong leaders, global visionaries and superbly qualified professionals to move them forward in the 21st Century. Megamergers, rampant growth in financial markets, globalization, deregulation and e-Business are dramatically reshaping the rules. In this intensely competitive climate, a focus on customers, innovative strategies and flawless execution are essential for any organization's success.
From traditional banks and insurance companies to complex global asset management firms, Odgers Berndtson has helped many financial services firms win the war for talent. Most importantly, because Odgers Berndtson builds deep, committed relationships with select financial services clients, we are one of the few major search firms that can offer unparalleled access to an array of talent.
Guided by partners experienced in recruiting financial services leadership and function experts in 30 countries around the globe, Odgers Berndtson has recruited practice managers, business builders, technical specialists and other senior executives across the full spectrum of financial services sectors.
Our expertise in M&A, corporate finance, private equity, structured finance, syndications, capital markets, private banking and infrastructure assignments enables us to add immediate value to developing search plans for executive assignments.
Our non-transactional, consultative approach to search execution coupled with our commitment to evolving industry specializations, assures Odgers Berndtson's clients a high return on their investment in leadership.
Odgers Berndtson offers specialist global consultant teams in all of these areas:
To discuss your leadership needs, please speak to one of our consultants.
|Dr. Christoph Bircher||Zurich|
|Morgan R. Campbell||Calgary|
|Bernard R. Cantournet||Milan|
|Johnson Chow||Hong Kong|
|Ademar Couto||São Paulo|
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