Heidrick & Struggles Expands Financial Services Infrastructure Practice

October 6, 2010 – Executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles International has added Dan Mullin to its New York office as partner in its financial services infrastructure practice. Mr. Mullin will deliver executive search and leadership development services to financial clients in the region as well as globally. Mr. Mullin joins Heidrick & Struggles after 21 years with Accenture, where he was a partner for the last 10 years. While there, he served clients within the financial services industry by leading and delivering complex business and technology initiatives. "Dan's deep sector knowledge, first-hand perspectives on the complex and ever-changing infrastructure issues financial firms must manage, and impressive operations experience make him exceptionally suited to join our team," said David Boehmer, partner in Heidrick’s financial services practice and head of the financial services infrastructure practice for the Americas. "He will be a tremendous asset to clients and colleagues alike, and we are pleased to welcome him aboard." Heidrick & Struggles’ financial services infrastructure practice works with banks, wealth management firms, mutual fund companies, and other financial institutions.

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