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Los Angeles, Dec. 1, 2016 – Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), the preeminent global people and organizational advisory firm, today announced that Andrew Huddart has joined the firm as President, Global Productized Services. He will be based in Korn Ferry’s San Francisco office.
Mr. Huddart joins Korn Ferry from Deloitte Consulting's Human Capital Practice, where he was Managing Director. At Deloitte, Mr. Huddart successfully launched a major new product, BersinOne, delivered double digit revenue growth, rebuilt the senior leadership team and significantly expanded the core research function.
Previously, Mr. Huddart worked at Corporate Executive Board (CEB) as General Manager, HR Practice, Professional Services Group and Asia Pacific. Here, Mr. Huddart worked extensively on revamping the product roadmap and delivered robust, highly profitable growth in all three business units. He also expanded CEB’s physical footprint by opening their first Singapore office.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Huddart held several senior leadership positions including President of Moody’s KMV, Chief Executive Officer for mPower, Chief Operating Officer at MSCI Barra, and 14 years in sales, marketing, and product positions at Thomson Reuters.
“With over three decades of business experience, Andrew has successfully worked in multiple countries and with customers across the globe to build technology enabled IP businesses,” said Stephen Kaye, CEO, Korn Ferry. “His deep knowledge and expertise in product innovation, transformation and revenue growth will be a wonderful addition to our global productized services team.”
Mr. Huddart has a B.A (hons.) in French and Management studies from the University of Leeds.
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