Pedersen & Partners expands team in India, adding Biprashish Roy


January 7th, 2013 - Mumbai, India - Pedersen & Partners, a leading Executive Search firm with 50 wholly owned offices in 47 countries, has added a new Principal to its team in India, to be based in Mumbai/Pune: Biprashish Roy.

“We are proud to welcome Biprashish to the Pedersen & Partners team. He has a dynamic mix of both international experience and local know-how with nearly 15 years of experience in Executive Search. His experience, strategic insight and practical approach will add significant value to firm’s clients in India.” commented Avneesh Raghuvanshi, Country Manager for India.

Biprashish Roy joins Pedersen & Partners as a Principal. Mr. Roy brings to the firm a strong background in Executive Search, having previously worked as the Head of Consumer & Retail Practice for an international Executive Search firm, and he has built a solid reputation in the Telecom, Energy, Infrastructure & Engineering sectors as well. Between posts in the Executive Search industry, Mr. Roy also helped develop The Art of Living Foundation, which is one of a few consulting organisations to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

Michael Al-Nassir, Partner and the Head of Middle East, Africa & South-East Asia added: “Pedersen & Partners is rapidly expanding in South Asia. In India, competition is strong and we welcome the addition of Mr. Roy to our team based in Mumbai/Pune as a decisive and active step in strengthening our position in the Indian market.”

In 2012, Pedersen & Partners has significantly expanded its footprint, with new offices in France, Brazil, China, Indonesia and Kenya as well as formally adding Executive Market Mapping, Executive Outplacement and Executive Compensation Consulting to their services portfolio.

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