Fiderion Hires Managing Director

Mar 26 2007 | 11:06am ET

Executive search firm Fiderion, which specializes in placing alternative investment and other financial executives, has hired Daniel Johnson as a managing director based in the New York office.

Johnson was previously with Jamesbeck Global Partners in New York, an executive search firm for the traditional and alternative investment management community. He has also worked as an associate specializing in financial services at TMP Worldwide Executive Search.
 
“Dan’s expertise in investment management, both in traditional and alternative asset classes, is the perfect complement to our already strong team in New York, which provides a range of executive search and consulting services for corporate and investment banking, consumer banking, alternative investment and other financial services firms,” said James Norton, Fiderion’s founder.

Fiderion was founded as a retained executive search boutique in 2002 and has expanded to include three main practice areas: financial services, technology and marketing.


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