The leading Ukrainian executive search firm, Talent Advisors is to join with Odgers Berndtson in a deal announced today. From today, Talent Advisors will be known as Odgers Berndtson Ukraine and will continue to provide its services in the Ukraine as part of the global brand.
The newly-named Odgers Berndtson Ukraine will combine its existing local expertise with access to Odgers Berndtson’s international network as well as share best practices in the recruitment and development of business leaders.
Odgers Berndtson Ukraine delivers four services: executive search, assessment and development of management teams, development of corporate governance and organizational consulting. Its four partners and five consultants provide integrated solutions to improve organizational effectiveness across sectors such as FMCG, retail, financial services, public administration, heavy industry, agriculture.
Roman Bondar, Managing Partner of Odgers Berndtson Ukraine, said:
"At the moment, Ukraine really needs dynamic leaders, the so-called agents of change. We know how to find them and how, with their help, to make the organizations more effective. This applies not only to commercial enterprises but also to public administration from government to state-owned entities. Joining Odgers Berndtson will help us bring our clients to an international level and increase variability of decisions."
Odgers Berndtson Chairman, Richard Boggis-Rolfe added:
"We are delighted that one of the most successful executive search companies in Ukraine has become part of the Odgers Berndtson family. For the Ukraine, this opens access to the global expertise that has been accumulated during our 50 years of existence.
"Entering the Ukrainian market will provide an opportunity not only to be actively involved with the expansion of Ukrainian business internationally but also to be a channel for effective leadership solutions for international companies that enter the Ukrainian market or are already present here."
Odgers Berndtson Ukraine will continue to execute all ongoing projects and client service for Talent Advisors.
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