Korn Ferry has added two new Senior Client Partners to its US business. Henry Topping joins the firm's Consumer Practice at its New York office office, while Mariano Malvicino joins the firm's Global Industrial Practice at its Houston office.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Henry Topping worked at Egon Zehnder as a Partner, leading the firm’s Global Media, Entertainment & Sports Practice. Previously, from 2001 until 2007, he worked at John Wiley & Sons as Vice President of Business Development. Earlier in his career he founded internet business Sprout in 1997, and earlier worked at The Dreyfus Corporation as Vice President.
Topping holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from the Southern Methodist University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.
The recent announcement sees Topping join Korn Ferry as a Senior Client Partner in the firm’s Consumer Practice in its New York office. He brings considerable experience to the firm in the area of human capital advisory at the top level of private equity portfolio companies and major corporations.
Caroline Nahas, Vice Chairman & Head of the North America Consumer Practice says, “Henry brings to Korn Ferry an extraordinary level of recruiting, organizational restructuring, and C-suite and CEO succession experience, as well as long standing client relationships. He is a formidable, outstanding professional who will bring added strengths to our firm and clients.”
Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Mariano Malvicino worked as an Executive Director at Russell Reynolds Associates, a company he joined in 2011. Previously he worked at McKinsey & Company where he was an Associate. He started his career at Tenaris, where he rose – over a period of five years – to the role of Supply Chain Project Manager.
Malvicino holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Tecnológica Nacional and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University - Columbia Business School.
Malvicino joins the firm as Senior Client Partner in the Global Industrial Practice. The addition of Malvicino further boosts the firm’s capabilities in locating key executives in the areas of general management, operations and supply chain, finance, and marketing & sales. He is based in the firm’s Houston office.
Neil Coillins, North America regional market leader of Korn Ferry’s Industrial Practice, says, “Mariano has deep experience within the Industrial Services sector. He is a great addition to the team as we continue to expand our presence in this segment globally.”