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Stephen Kaye Named President and CEO of Hay Group

Source : BUSINESS_WIRE
Last Updated: Tue, Feb 05, 2013 18:10 hrs

Philadelphia, United States:

Chris Matthews, Chairman of Hay Group and CEO of its parent company, HG (Bermuda) Limited, has announced the appointment of Stephen Kaye as President and CEO of Hay Group effective March 15, 2013. Stephen is currently Hay Group’s Chief Financial Officer.

Stephen Kaye (Photo: Business Wire)

Matthews will continue in the roles of Chairman of Hay Group and CEO of the parent, HG (Bermuda) Limited.

“I am honored by the confidence the Board has placed in me and look forward to working with Chris, the Board and Hay Group’s Global Executive Team. Hay Group’s global footprint and the expertise of our consultants around the world means that we can help our clients address their most important issues by helping people and organizations realize their potential,” said Kaye.

Stephen has been Chief Financial Officer of Hay Group since 1998 and later took on accountability for Administration and Information Technology. Steve holds a BSc Eng in mechanical engineering from Imperial College in the United Kingdom and is a Chartered Accountant in England and Wales.

About Hay Group: Hay Group is a global management consulting firm that works with leaders to transform strategy into reality. We develop talent, organize people to be more effective and motivate them to perform at their best.

We have over 2600 employees working in 84 offices in 48 countries. Our insight is supported by robust data from over 125 countries. Our clients are from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, across every major industry. For more information please contact your local office through www.haygroup.com.


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CONTACTS : Hay Group Press contact: Mitch Kent, 215-861-2315 mitch.kent@haygroup.com , ,

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