Adecco Group appoints new Head of Investor Relations
Zurich, Switzerland, September 12, 2008: Adecco SA ("Adecco"), the world leader in HR Services, announced today the appointment of the Group's new Head of Investor Relations, Karin Selfors-Thomann (33).
Karin is responsible for communication to the financial markets as well as competitive analysis. She reports to the Group's Chief Financial Officer, Dominik de Daniel. Karin holds an Honours Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada and is a CFA Charterholder (Chartered Financial Analyst). Before joining the Adecco Group, Karin was a senior equity sales at UBS covering Swiss and Benelux institutional investors. Prior to this she held positions in corporate controlling at Credit Suisse.
Karin is a Swiss-Canadian citizen and is based at Adecco's global headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. Nicole Burth Tschudi (36), the former Head of Investor Relations, continues her career within the Adecco Group and joins the management team of Adecco Germany.
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