Banking and technology consultant joins DHR International as Partner in Frankfurt
July 4, 2016
DHR International, one of the world’s largest global executive search firms, is pleased to announce that banking and technology consultant Ramona Kühnel- Linnemann will be joining the firm as Partner in the Frankfurt office.
Ramona specialises in senior executive mandates in the banking and technology sectors for clients across Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the UK and also offers her clients personnel-focused management consulting in addition to her executive search expertise.
Ramona has more than thirteen years of executive search experience and will serve as Partner in DHR International’s Financial Services Practice Group. Prior to joining DHR International, Ramona owned Kühnel Human Capital, an executive search firm offering personnel- focused management consulting services.
Ramona was also previously a Partner at TopTalent Management Consultants, a Frankfurt based management consultancy specialising in executive search, and as consultant and Head of Research at executive search firm IKP GmbH in Berlin.
Before moving to executive search Ramona was a consultant at a well-known and reputable private bank, offering legal counsel on civil and bank-law issues. She has also served as Head of Complaint Management at a large trading firm.
Ramona holds a degree in law studies from Göttingen University, specialising in labour and contract law.
Rudolf Müller, Partner and Head of Germany at DHR International comments: “Ramona’s years of experience working in executive search, and as a management and personnel consulting professional will be of huge benefit to our current and future clients.”
“Ramona will be able to advise our clients on their critical personnel issues, such as diversity, remuneration packages and succession planning, as well as helping to place professionals at the most senior levels.”
Stéphane Rambosson, Managing Partner and Head of Financial Services, Europe at DHR International adds: “As FinTech continues to grow in importance in Central Europe, Ramona’s knowledge of both the banking and technology sectors will be a great asset to the financial services group in Europe and to the global practice.”