April 1, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Korn/Ferry International (NYSE: KFY), a premier global provider of talent management solutions, today announced that
has joined the firm as a Senior Client Partner and member of the Board & CEO Services Practice and the Financial Officers Practice. Mr. Proctor will be based in Korn/Ferry's
Mr. Proctor rejoins Korn/Ferry after nearly 13 years with another international executive search firm, where he served as a leader within the Global Financial Officers Practice, an active member of the CEO & Board of Directors Practice, and the Partner-in-Charge of the Chicago Office. Previously, he served clients within the general industry practice of Korn/Ferry's New York City Office.
Throughout his career, Mr. Proctor has led several prominent recruiting and assessment engagements across multiple industries with a diverse client base including Fortune 500, mid-cap public and private companies.
"Bryan brings to Korn/Ferry strong industry knowledge and deep client relationships. His extensive cross industry experience, including expertise within the industrial manufacturing and services and consumer durables market, will be a great fit for our firm," said
, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Board & CEO Services, Korn/Ferry International.
"Bryan not only has a proven track record, having led several marquee searches at many of the top organizations in the United States and across the globe, but he has also established a reputation as a top notch leadership advisor with a keen understanding of the complex issues facing his clients," said Bob Damon, President, Americas, Korn/Ferry International.
"Korn/Ferry has made several sound, strategic moves to differentiate itself in the market, putting a premium on innovation and a strong focus on global client service. Leadership advisory is increasingly becoming both an art and science, and I share in Korn/Ferry's enthusiasm in combining both to create meaningful value for our clients. I am excited to rejoin the firm and look forward to building upon their continued success," said Proctor.