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RSA appoint Paul Cashman as partner for global clients

He joins from AbbVie where he held the same role

edit-rsa-paul-cashmanLife sciences consultancy RSA has named Paul Cashman as partner for global clients.

Cashman brings over 18 years of executive search and talent acquisition consultancy experience to the role and will have responsibility for the firm's multinational clients.

Commenting on his appointment, Cashman said: “This is an opportunity to be part of the world's largest talent consultancy in life sciences, to help lead the business in a time of growth and to bring added value to our major clients.

“I'm delighted to be at RSA. This is a pivotal moment in Talent advisory and RSA is the global leader in this field. I'm proud to be a key member of the leadership team.”

Prior to joining RSA, Cashman was EMEA head of executive recruitment at AbbVie and has also held senior director and partner roles at international talent search companies including Whitehead Mann, Highland partners and TMP.

Chris Molloy, CEO at RSA, said: “We are pleased to welcome Paul to the firm. He adds great value to our Partner team and represents the high quality of individual our clients should expect of us. 

“His skills and experience will be influential as we expand our reach and our professional talent services for Life Sciences around the world.”

18th June 2015

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