Odgers Berndtson United States launches

International executive search firm, Odgers Berndtson, has announced new leadership, offices and capabilities in the US.

International executive search firm, Odgers Berndtson, has announced new leadership, offices and capabilities in the US.

According to PR Newswire, Steven Potter is the co-founder and new managing partner of Odgers Berndtson United States. He is joined by co-founder and partner, David Gabriel, who is head of the technology, media & communications practices.

Potter has more than 25 years’ experience in executive search, working both in the US and overseas, with a special focus on financial services. During his 14 years at Russell Reynolds, he went on to lead its financial services practice and manage its Asia Pacific operation.

He was also the CEO of TMP Worldwide Executive Search, CEO of Highland Search Group and chairman, CEO and co-founder of Sextant Search Partners, a boutique firm focused on the financial services industry.

Gabriel is a veteran search consultant and former managing partner of The Arcus Group. He is also a previous group executive and managing partner at TMP Worldwide Executive Search.

Potter says: “As part of Odgers Berndtson Group, we blend the support and reach of a large international executive search firm with the local focus, agility and on-the-ground market knowledge which is crucial to provide the best access and penetration of talent pools.”

Richard Boggis-Rolfe, chairman of the Odgers Berndtson Group, announced that Odgers Berndtson United States has opened offices in New York and Dallas-Fort Worth, and will expand its presence in the US with offices in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and other US locations in the near future.


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