Hunt Partners is a Retained Executive Search firm operating at the senior level across the Asia Pacific region.  Founded in 2003, the firm’s partners, all have distinguished careers in executive search and have served in a variety of executive roles in major firms, both in the United States and internationally.  The firm has specific industry expertise and "practices", in the areas of Financial Services, FMCG, CSR, IT&T, Supply Chain, Industrial, and a unique focus on "Alternative Investments" (Private Equity, Distressed, Hedge, Infrastructure and Real Estate funds). Hunt has built an extensive network and knowledge base in these areas, with specific geographic strength in Asia Pacific.

Hunt Partners professionals provide search and customized Human Capital solutions for a select group of global and regional clients who require discreet search of top management and board level positions.  The Asia-India corridor is a unique and fast-moving market in which Hunt Partners is recognized as a first-rate producer of top notch talent from five regional offices. 

 

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Revival of Job Market Opens Up New Job Hotspots By ET Bureau | 13 Jun, 2014, 04.50AM IST

Train of Talent: Employees with requisite talent are back in demand, thanks to the revival of the job market. Fresh investments in infrastructure and power, and increase in defence expenditure are likely to open a plethora of opportunities, according to leading placement firms. ET speaks to talent watchers to find out more...

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India Inc Still Favours Women of Status Rica Bhattacharyya & Kala Vijayraghavan | Jun 10 2014, The Economic Times (Mumbai)

Firms prefer selecting from known circles, making it difficult for those in second-rung roles
Several women in second-rung executive roles coached for board positions through various programmes are finding it tough to find a berth on top company boards. Top companies either opt for women from among family and friends or prefer...

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