Amrop Grows Global Team

August 6, 2010 – Global executive search firm Amrop has named six new consultants to its global team. Ola Jeppsson has been named as a partner in Stockholm. With previous consulting experience at McKinsey, Mr. Jeppsson has expertise working with pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostics companies. He becomes a member of Amrop’s global life sciences practice. Bruno Pastore joins Amrop ASA as a partner in Milan. Mr. Pastore developed his professional expertise in technology companies (IBM, Walsh Italia, Lombardia Informatica) and in private equity (3i Europe). His experience covers regional and international roles in sales and marketing, communication as well as general management. He joins the technology & media, financial services and public sector practices. Stephan Biallas has been added to Amrop Delta as a managing director in Hamburg. Mr. Biallas joins Amrop from his previous role as global chief process and information officer for Metro Cash & Carry. He becomes part of Amrop’s retail, consumer goods, professional services and technology & media practices. Ulrich Beckendorff has joined Amrop Delta as a partner in Düsseldorf. Mr. Beckendorff began his executive search career began in 1998, working first for MSL Management Selection and then as a freelance executive search and management consultant. He has expertise in change and crisis management, management audit, as well as business process and lean consulting. He brings to Amrop a strong track record working with clients in the automotive, engineered products, cleantech, and transportation & logistics sectors. Oliver Geb has been added to Amrop Delta as a partner in Frankfurt. Mr. Geb comes to Amrop from his previous role as a partner at Kienbaum Executive Consultants, working as a consultant in process optimization for the automotive, logistics and manufacturing industries. He will join Amrop’s industrial & automotive practice. Bogdan Komlenac has joined Amrop Adria as business development manager in Belgrade.

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