April 23, 2015 – London-based talent acquisition and management services firm Alexander Mann Solutions has strengthened its leadership team in the Asia Pacific and Middle East regions with three new additions. Caleb Baker has been named managing director, Asia Pacific and emerging markets. Based in Hong Kong, Mr. Baker's experience specifically relates to talent acquisition, recruitment process outsourcing, managed service provider, payroll, executive search, talent management and human resource consulting. He formerly served as managing director – Asia Pacific for Talent2 International.
Victoria Murphy has been appointed head of implementation and transformation, Asia Pacific. In her role, Ms. Murphy is based in Singapore and is responsible for overseeing the execution of Alexander Mann Solutions’ talent acquisition and management solutions services for clients in Asia Pacific. With 18 years of global human resources and HR procurement experiences acquired in-house and externally within recruitment process outsourcing, she was previously head of HR vendor management at Standard Chartered Bank.
Chance Wilson has joined the company as regional director, Middle East and Africa. Mr. Wilson is in charge of expanding Alexander Mann Solutions’ footprint in that region. With extensive knowledge across talent acquisition and talent management programs, his past work experience includes serving as managing director, Saudi Arabia for Hay Group.
“The expansion of our senior leadership team in Asia Pacific and the Middle East demonstrates Alexander Mann Solutions’ commitment to improving our high standards of client service, focusing our sector expertise, and meeting our clients’ needs to attract, nurture and secure today’s top talent,” said Rosaleen Blair, founder and CEO.
Alexander Mann Solutions has industry expertise in a number of sectors, specifically retail and financial services; investment banking and professional services; technology and media; defense, engineering and business services; energy; and healthcare and life sciences