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John Callagher to lead EMEA operations for executive search firm RSA

He joined the company last August as head of RSA Switzerland

RSA head EMEA John CallagherLife sciences executive search company RSA has promoted John Callagher to head of EMEA.

He joined the UK-based company in August as head of RSA Switzerland and previously served as global managing director of executive search firm SpenglerFox.

In his new role at RSA Callagher will have responsibility for all territories in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with the exception of the UK.

Nick Stephens, CEO of RSA, said: “John was appointed as head of RSA Switzerland in August and has driven significant growth in our Swiss business since then.

“John has a clear vision and his team are to be congratulated on this achievement.”

RSA has also made two further promotions within its ranks.

These see Kay Wardle move up to managing director of RSA Executive Search, and Darren Spevick take on the role of client relationship director, EMEA.

8th February 2012

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