Stanton Chase Names New Practice Leaders

January 19, 2017 – Stanton Chase International has appointed new leaders in its CFO & financial executives, directors & chief executive officers, and consumer products & services search practices.

Cathy Logue, managing director of the firm’s Toronto office, has been named leader of the CFO & financial executives practice group. She has over 25 years of executive and leadership search experience with a primary focus on senior leadership roles within the technology, financial services / fintech and media & communications sectors.

Ms. Logue supports a global practice that includes functional appointments of CEO, COO, CFO as well as other key leadership positions. She has worked extensively with global publicly-traded companies as well as privately-held, mid-market and private equity portfolio companies. Prior to joining Stanton Chase, Ms. Logue co-founded Ambit, a boutique executive search firm that specializes in the recruitment of financial professionals across all industry sectors. She founded the Toronto office of Stanton Chase and succeeds Paul Herrerias.

Panos Manolopoulos, managing partner in the firm’s Dubai office, has been appointed head of its directors & chief executive officers practice group. He is a lead shareholder in Stanton Chase Bucharest and Sofia and has been a member of the firm since 2003. He has served as regional and global practice leader of the firm’s consumer products & services practice, vice chairman regions, and vice president of Europe, Middle East & Africa. Mr. Manolopoulos is taking over from Ted Muendel.

Tom Christensen, managing partner in the firm’s Oslo office, will lead its consumer products & services industry practice group, structured into these disciplines: consumer products; travel, hospitality & leisure; consumer retail & luxury products; and publishing, advertising & media.

Mr. Christensen has worked in the executive search industry for over 15 years; he established the Stanton Chase office in Norway in 2007. He has worked with local companies and large international corporations with a strong sales and marketing focus. He has extensive experience in performing searches on an executive level, as well as for middle management hard-to-find specialists. Mr. Christensen takes over from Nick Wylde.

Wave of Growth

Stanton Chase has experienced a wave of growth in recent months:

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

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