Adecco Group appoints new Head of Investor Relations
Adecco Group, the world’s leading provider of Human Resources solutions, today announces the appointment of the Group’s new Head of Investor Relations, David Hancock.
Zürich, Switzerland, Apr 22, 2013
David will take the lead of Adecco’s Investor Relations team at the beginning of June 2013 and will be responsible for communication to the financial markets, as well as for competitive analysis. He will report to the Group’s Chief Financial Officer, Dominik de Daniel.
David joins the Adecco Group from Morgan Stanley, where he has been working for the past eleven years, most recently as Executive Director and Head of the European Business Services team. David holds a Master’s degree in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge, UK and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. David will be based at Adecco's global headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland.
Karin Selfors-Thomann, the current Head of Investor Relations, continues her career within the Adecco Group and will be joining the leadership team at Pontoon, Adecco’s Contingent Workforce Solutions (MSP), Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and Workforce consulting business. She will take on the role of SVP Head of Sales North America for MSP Solutions at Pontoon, and will be based in Jacksonville, Florida, United States.
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