Signium Names Global Head of Financial Services

May 10, 2016 – Executive search firm Signium has appointed Pedro Herraiz (pictured) as global head of financial services.

Mr. Herraiz, who joined Signium in 2006, has more than 14 years of experience in multinational companies in the financial and professional services sectors. He has worked with major national and international banks, insurance companies, private equity concerns and consulting firms. He has also directed high value-added projects for Spanish companies with a strong international presence.

Before joining Signium, Mr. Herraiz worked as business consultant at BearingPoint, carrying out projects of strategic consulting and operations for major financial institutions. Previously, he was team leader and personal investment advisor at Aegón.

Signium currently has 47 offices in 27 countries serving clients in the Americas, Europe / Middle East / Africa and the Asia Pacific regions. The firm delivers talent acquisition and management solutions for global companies across industry sectors, including consumer goods, financial services, technology, industrial, life sciences and professional services.

A number of executive search firms have newly expanded global financial services practices. Here is a closer look at just a few:

  • Boyden replaced Ms. Branthover with John Burr, a partner at Boyden U.K., as the new leader of its global financial services practice. He specializes in both the traditional and fintech subsectors of financial services across buy-side, sell-side and consulting, with a background in capital markets and investment banking. His track record is global, covering the C-suite in technology, finance, risk, and operations, including client coverage and product management;

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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