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RSA appoints Codrina Schech as senior consultant

Also promotes Samantha Ng and Giorgia Signoretto

RSA Codrina SchechUK-headquartered life sciences recruitment firm RSA has appointed Codrina Schech as a senior consultant.

Schech joins the company from Heidrick & Struggles, where she served as an associate principal, and will be based in RSA's German office.

RSA also made two promotions within its existing team that see Samantha Ng move to consultant for RSA Interims and Giorgia Signoretto head up the EMEA business support team.

Nick Stephens, RSA's executive chairman, said: “We are thrilled to be expanding our global team and welcome Codrina to the RSA family.

"She possesses professionalism, commitment and the relationship skills needed to truly thrive at RSA and we look forward to her contribution to strengthen our German business.

“Our plan for 2013 is to grow our business further and the promotion of Samantha and Giorgia forms part of this growth.  

"We hope to continue to provide both ladies with the right platform to further develop their knowledge and expertise as we continue to expand RSA in new and exciting ways.”

12th July 2013

From: Research, Sales, Marketing, Regulatory

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