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Tim Hartley joins Korn Ferry as Senior Client Partner

Tim Hartley joins Korn Ferry as Senior Client PartnerKorn Ferry (NYSE:KFY) has announced that Tim Hartley has joined as a Senior Client Partner to lead the firm’s UK Real Estate practice from its London office.

Tim has over 15 years of experience helping a wide range of companies recruit senior executive and non-executive leaders. He has worked with major property companies, developers, investors and a range of service businesses throughout the real estate value chain.

He was most recently a partner and head of real estate for a leading search firm. Prior to these roles, he was a director for a global executive recruiting firm where he established and led the office in Houston, Texas.

“Tim will play a key role not only in the UK, but also with our real estate team in the US and EMEA to help drive our global real estate agenda,” said Bernard Zen-Ruffinen, President, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Korn Ferry. “His track record of working with businesses across the whole spectrum of the real estate value chain makes him a valuable addition to the firm.”


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