NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Board of Directors of CTPartners Executive Search Inc. (NYSE:CTP), a leading global executive search firm, today announced the appointment of CTPartners’ Chief Operating Officer David Nocifora to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Through 2012, Mr. Nocifora was the Chief Financial Officer and has held executive level positions at the Company since 1994. Prior to being named CEO, David was responsible for the firm’s entire operating organization including Administration, Human Resources, Information Technology, Research and Field Operations.
CTPartners previously announced that Brian Sullivan, Chairman and CEO, will step down immediately following the filing of the Company’s Form 10-K, which is expected on or before April 15, 2015. It was also announced that Sylvain Dhenin would assume the role of CEO. Mr. Dhenin will remain with the Company and as Head of European, Middle East and Asia Pacific operations.
Michael Feiner, Chairman of CTPartners, stated, “As we further evaluated our immediate needs in the chief executive officer position, it became more apparent that David’s operating experience, and familiarity with the Company’s operations will serve our clients, employees and shareholders well. Sylvain will now be able to focus entirely on servicing customers and building our business.”
CTPartners is a leading global executive search firm that is designed to deliver in-depth expertise, creative strategies, and outstanding results to clients worldwide. Committed to a philosophy of partnering with its clients, CTPartners offers a proven track record in C-Suite, top executive, and board searches, as well as extensive experience in serving private equity and venture capital firms.
From its 44 offices in 24 countries, CTPartners serves clients with a global organization of more than 500 professionals and employees, offering expertise in board advisory services, key leadership functions, and executive recruiting services in the financial services, life sciences, industrial, professional services, retail and consumer, and technology, media and telecom industries.
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