Futurestep makes two key hires

Futurestep, a Korn Ferry company specialising in recruitment process outsourcing and talent solutions, has made two senior hires.

Fri, 27 Jun 2014
Futurestep, a Korn Ferry company specialising in recruitment process outsourcing and talent solutions, has made two senior hires.

David Aberman joins as vice president of business development and Christine Sobhani as client solutions director.

In their respective roles, Aberman will be responsible for business development and strategic sales of talent acquisition solutions in the region, whilst Sobhani will lead client management and service delivery for global RPO accounts based in North America.

With 25 years of experience, Aberman has expertise in the design, sales and growth of talent acquisition and talent management solutions at clients in over 30 countries worldwide.

Sobhani joins Futurestep having worked across search, in-house recruiting and RPO throughout her career. In her previous role as financial services practice director, she was responsible for the growth and management of the financial services sector for a global RPO provider.

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