Pedersen & Partners welcomes Markus Zanola as a Client Partner in Zürich


October 8, 2018 – Zürich, Switzerland – Pedersen & Partners, a leading international Executive Search firm with 56 wholly owned offices in 52 countries, has announced Markus Zanola as a new Client Partner in Switzerland.

Markus Zanola brings almost two decades of Executive Search experience. Prior to joining Pedersen & Partners he was a Partner with a boutique Swiss executive search firm, and before that, he worked for fifteen years with Heidrick & Struggles in Zürich. His particular focus is on the Insurance, Technology and Logistics sectors.

“With our launch in Zürich earlier this year, Pedersen & Partners is already establishing itself as a solid provider of Executive Search solutions in Switzerland due to our integrated approach, specialised sector knowledge and global footprint. Bringing Markus Zanola onboard with his strong experience and deep network in the Insurance and Technology sectors thus strongly benefits our clients,” declared Thomas Heeger, Country Manager for Switzerland at Pedersen & Partners.

“I look forward to further building our capabilities in Switzerland and across the world by finding the right leaders for our clients that will make a meaningful impact on their businesses. I very much identify myself with the Pedersen & Partners’ core values of Trust, Relationship and Professionalism,” stated Markus Zanola, Client Partner at Pedersen & Partners.

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