Trenkwalder appoints head of new business unit

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Jacques de Jager was appointed head of staffing and headhunting firm Trenkwalder’s recently launched Executive Search business, the Hungarian subsidiary of the company announced today.

Prior to joining Trenkwalder, Jacques de Jager spent ten years with SpenglerFox, an international executive search firm, during which time he participated in the establishment of its Professional and Financial Services Practice and its EMEA Board Solutions Practice, according to the press statement. He specialized in board level talent acquisitions; his clientele included some of the leading private equity and venture capital investors as well as multinational banks and Big Four advisory firms operating across CEE. 

Before entering the executive search industry, he spent 26 years in the banking sector, mainly in treasury, global financial markets and correspondent banking. During the latter part of his banking career he became increasingly involved in major restructuring and turnaround projects with successfully closed mandates in South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland, Mozambique, Malawi and Zambia.

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