LONDON, 28 October, 2015 — Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), the preeminent global people and organizational advisory firm, today announced that Nathaniel Hook will be joining the firm as a Senior Client Partner based in the UK Consumer Practice.
Mr. Hook has worked in executive search for more than 15 years and brings to Korn Ferry a broad and varied background encompassing the consumer health, nutrition, digital consumer, health technology and pharmaceutical sectors.
Mr. Hook joins Korn Ferry from a global executive search firm where he was a partner and played a key role in the development of the Consumer Health Practice. Prior to this role, he served at another executive search firm, where he worked closely with clients in the consumer and healthcare sectors, led board assignments and helped to establish the firm’s specialisation in digital health.
Bernard Zen-Ruffinen, President, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Korn Ferry, commented “Nathaniel brings particular expertise in the ongoing convergence between consumer and traditional healthcare sectors and the increasingly critical role that technology will play in driving ongoing industry transformation. We are delighted he has joined Korn Ferry.”
Mr. Hook received his LLB degree in Scots Law from the University of Glasgow and his master’s degree in international marketing from the University of Strathclyde.
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