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New hire at Pedersen & Partners’ Hong Kong team

New hire at Pedersen & Partners’ Hong Kong teamInternational search firm Pedersen & Partners has recently welcomed Tim Cox to its Hong Kong team as a regional client partner covering Asia Pacific.

Tim has over two decades of executive search expertise across the Banking, Financial Services, and Private Equity sectors in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific. Prior to joining Pedersen & Partners, he was based in Hong Kong and served as the Director of the APAC Financial Services Practice for a global executive search and consultancy firm.

Tim commented on his new appointment: “The uncompromising commitment shown by Pedersen & Partners to its clients and candidates has secured the firm a robust reputation in the region, and I anticipate the seamless alignment of my experience and its transformational leadership advisory services. The increasingly dynamic APAC market is a hotbed of activity for executive appointments, and I look forward to representing the brand in the region and delivering proactive, targeted, and effective search services.”

Gary Williams, Partner and the Head of APAC at Pedersen & Partners, added: “Tim has a solid track record, a thorough understanding of the industry landscape, and extensive networks of relationships within the Financial Services and PE communities across APAC and globally. His 20+ years in high-growth developing and established markets will become a valuable asset for our APAC team, elevating our capabilities to new levels. He is well aware of the varied challenges, pressures and opportunities of Executive Search in the region and we are delighted to welcome him on board.”


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