Pedersen & Partners appoints industrial practice client partner
Pedersen & Partners has appointed Audrey Moreau as a client partner for its industrial practice in the APAC region.
Moreau brings over 11 years of experience within executive search across Asia Pacific, primarily focused on partnering with Industrial clients on senior leadership mandates. As part of her industrial experience, Moreau has served clients within the Infrastructure, manufacturing, logistics, and energy sectors, and has a successful track record of building long-term relationships with clients due to her in-depth understanding of their sectors and the Asia Pacific markets. Furthermore, Moreau has established and led executive search Teams in Vietnam, Malaysia, and Singapore. Before relocating to Asia, Moreau commenced her career in France, working with multinational organisations focusing on business development in Asian Markets.
Moreau (pictured) commented, “Pedersen & Partners’ expanded presence in Asia Pacific is a key benefit to the firm’s regional and global clients, especially our ability to work in close cooperation with consultants from different countries and draw on both local and industry-specific expertise. This is what attracted me to join the firm, and I look forward to sharing my proficiency in the industrial sector and providing excellent service to our clients.”
Gary Williams, deputy managing partner and the head of Asia Pacific at Pedersen & Partners, said, “We are very pleased to have Audrey lead our industrial practice in the Asia Pacific region. With her leadership, deep Asia experience, and in-depth knowledge of the industrial sector, our firm is poised to continue our growth in the region. This move is in line with the Pedersen & Partners strategy of boosting the track record that we have built over several years in serving our clients’ needs and executive talent challenges in the region. At the same time, our clients will benefit from having access to Audrey’s expertise in the region, whilst drawing on our global knowledge.”