David Treussard serves as managing partner, focused on the consumer and retail sectors, cosmetics and luxury goods, and food and beverage. Read more >
David Treussard serves as managing partner, focused on the consumer and retail sectors, cosmetics and luxury goods, and food and beverage.
David is known for his high-touch advisory approach and is seen by his clients as a strategic business partner. David is a motivational leader with a keen interest in Military and Veterans Affairs.
With 20 years of experience in search consulting, David has an extensive and successful search background across industries, functions, and geographies.
David has successfully completed a very large number of searches in Consumer, Retail, Branded Products, Cosmetics, Luxury Goods, Apparel, FMCG, Food & Beverage, E-Commerce, Industrial and Manufacturing, New Technology, Private Equity, and Financial Services. He has worked with companies ranging from start-ups to global multi-billion dollar organizations, whether they are privately-held, publicly-traded or PE-backed.
He has extensively worked across the whole C-suite placing CEOs, CFOs, CHROs, CDOs, CMOs, CIOs, CTOs, CPOs, and COOs.
Based in New York City, David has successfully conducted searches in North America, LATAM, Europe, and APAC.
A dual citizen of the United States and France, David graduated with a Master’s degree from Sciences Po, and attended the Military Academy Saint-Cyr Coetquidan. David is a fitness, health, and wellness fanatic and a Spartan racer. < Read less
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LOCATIONNew York | North America
David Treussard: Related Material
February 2012 | White Papers
DHR surveyed and reported on a total of 118 endowments and foundations, representing a total market value of $420.9 billion. Assets under management range from $800m to $32 billion, with the median fund size of $3.5 billion. Seventy five percent of respondent had assets under management of $1-5 billion. The study found marked difference in compensation, asset allocation and investment performance when compared by fund type and size. Average compensation for CIO’s is roughly equal between endowments and foundations, though endowments have a more extreme compensation range. More >