Fund Of Funds Founder Joins Search Firm Heidrick

Nov 18 2010 | 4:01am ET

Executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles International has lured a fund of hedge funds co-founder to its financial services practice.

Todd Taylor will work at Heidrick’s New York office and will focus on wealth management clients. He joins the firm from the fund of hedge funds he helped set up and served as managing partner. Before striking out on his own, Taylor worked for more than two decades at Morgan Stanley, where he led its high-net worth business.

“Todd's unique blend of seasoned industry experience, strategy formulation and proven management acumen will enable him to serve our current and future clients exceptionally well and to make significant contributions to the firm overall," Tim Holt, co-managing partner of Heidrick’s Americas financial services practice, said. "We are delighted to have someone of Todd's caliber on our team which advances our firm's unique leadership advisory strategy."


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