February 21, 2017 – Executive search firm Leaders Trust International has added Pierre-Yves Stintzy as a partner in France and Rogelio Salcedo Villacampa as a partner in Mexico.
Mr. Stintzy, who joins the firm’s Paris office, will focus on industrial operations, supply chain, procurement and real estate search assignments. Before joining Leaders Trust, he had been a managing partner and led boutique executive search firm Staff Consultants – IMSA for 19 years. He started his career at the Compagnie Bancaire as a key account manager in Aix-en-Provence. He then joined its Paris headquarters as a credit manager, and was later promoted to run the financial engineering department.
Mr. Villacampa has developed an international career as a human resources executive, consolidating experience of over 20 years as a business leader living in eight different countries. He has collaborated with companies, including PepsiCo, L’Oreal, Santander, CEMEX, Coca-Cola FEMSA, and Mead Johnson Nutrition. Most recently, he served as chief human resources officer (CHRO) at the AJE Group, managing 15,000 employees in 24 countries. In addition to his corporate experience, he has been managing partner of Training Lab, an international business solutions consultancy company, focused on individual and organizational growth and learning.
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Mr. Villacampa has contributed to the development of the HR profession, as president of ERIAC Capital Humano A.C., as president of the Human Capital Commission of COPARMEX, and as founding member and first president of the Mexican Federation of Human Resources Associations (FEMARH), where he also served as director and chief editor of HR Magazine.
Leaders Trust International is a founding member of AltoPartners, a global partnership of independent search firms with a presence across Asia-Pacific. Its affiliates have offices in Australia, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea and New Zealand and maintain a strong presence across the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
AltoPartners recently expanded in Russia when it gained Excelion Partners International as a partner firm. Excelion has been operating in Moscow since 2010 and is a niche player for international companies moving to, or operating in, Russia and for Russian companies and /or investors expanding globally. Yevgeny Merkel, Excelion’s senior partner, is AltoPartners’ Russia country manager. This past fall, it added Backer Wurzel & Partners in Argentina and Equation Partners in Peru as member firms.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media