Global recruiting company Amrop has added Jaime Montemayor, Managing Partner, Amrop Mexico, and Thomas Hofer, Managing Partner, Amrop Hofer Tan, Singapore to its board.

“Jaime and Thomas bring significant business knowledge and global leadership to Amrop’s board, built through many years of experience in executive search consulting as well as in industry,” said Annika Farin, Amrop Chair. “They are key members of our Latam and APAC regional teams and we look forward to their continued impact on behalf of our firms.

These appointments not only reflect Amrop’s strategy to walk the talk on diversity and inclusion (with eight board members from eight different nationalities and three women) but also Amrop’s growth targets outside Europe, as we emerge stronger out of the pandemic.”

Mr. Montemayor has been a Partner of Amrop since 2015. He is a consultant in Mexico for the industrial, technology, and consumer and retail sectors. He also leads projects in leadership and board services. Mr. Montemayor’s experience includes leadership positions in commercial management, sales, operations, strategy and business consulting. He has worked internationally and locally for multinationals, mid-caps and family-owned companies. He also has deep expertise helping companies in their go-to-market, growth, reorganization and transformation challenges.

Mr. Hofer is Managing Partner of Amrop Hofer Tan in Singapore. He has decades of professional experience in retained executive search, board consulting, succession planning, and strategic talent advisory at board and senior management levels. Mr. Hofer is also a former commanding officer of a military regiment, with four battalions and 2,500 personnel under his leadership. Mr. Hofer also served as team manager of the Swiss National Elite Rowing Team, participating in World Cup and World Championships during two Olympic cycles: 2004 Athens and 2008 Beijing. He has advised on the search for several critical leadership appointments in the international sports arena and continues to collaborate on senior talent requirements as part of Amrop’s global sports practice.

By Writer