Heidrick & Struggles International, an advisory firm providing executive search and leadership consulting services, has announced that Scott Krenz, executive vice president (EVP), chief financial officer (CFO), has decided to retire to pursue a PhD in History. Krenz joined Heidrick & Struggles in 2008.
The search for a new CFO will begin immediately. Krenz will remain at Heidrick & Struggles as part of a co-ordinated plan to ensure a seamless transition and complete the close of the company’s 2011 first quarter and filing of its 2010 10-K.
Until the search for a new CFO is complete, Catherine Baderman and Korhan Kivanc will manage the finance department to provide continuity of financial strategy and support to the global team. Baderman, vice president controller and head of business services, has been with the firm since 2003. Kivanc, vice president of finance advisory services, joined the firm in 2007.
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