Posted by: Katrina Stewart

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Oakleaf Executive are delighted to have Gianni Pace onboard as Executive Search Researcher

2018 has been an extremely busy year for us with the increase of retained mandates across all sectors in HR and Reward and so to have Gianni on board to advance our research capabilities is fantastic! We are keen to continue to deliver excellent customer service to our candidates and clients, and Gianni will be able to help us achieve this. At Oakleaf, we have a well-established HRD network, but always keen to keep up to date on market trends, movers and shakers and mapping to keep ahead of the competition. He has been here just over a week and already supported me with research on 3 pitches, so he is being kept busy!

Gianni will work alongside Katrina Stewart, Jamie Newton and Emma Castillo.

Background on Gianni Pace

In 2017, Gianni joined Perrett Laver, a leading global executive search and advisory firm headquartered in Westminster as a Research Assistant. Here, he accumulated almost two years’ experience in Executive Search, primarily operating within the Higher Education and Research and Non-Profit practices, focusing on senior level appointments globally. In October 2018, he joined Oakleaf Partnership as an Executive Search Researcher where he will work with a wide range of FTSE clients, as well as private equity backed and family owned businesses. The sectors covered include technology, retail, leisure, manufacturing, healthcare, travel, hospitality, professional services, construction, financial services and media.

If you are interested in a move or are looking to hire in your HR team, please do give Gianni or myself a call 0207 220 7030.

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