Global Search Firm CTPartners Expands
Global Search Firm CTPartners Expands UK Industrial Practice
CTPartners, the global search firm committed to performance, quality and results is expanding its industrial practice with the appointment of Toby Lapage-Norris and Deborah Whitehouse as Partners to the London office.
Toby and Deborah will work across the industrial and commercial sectors with both publicly listed and Private Equity owned companies. Their focus will be on recruiting for Board, senior executive and functional leader roles.
Most recently, Toby was Group Head of Resourcing for BG Group Plc, a FTSE top ten global energy company. Prior to that he spent fourteen years at Whitehead Mann where was Managing Partner of the firms Industrial Practice as well as heading up one of its UK offices. He also created and led the firms Procurement and Supply Chain specialization.
He is a former member of the Cranfield University Supply Chain Faculty Advisory Board, The Conference
Boards Global Supply Chain Council, and the Institute of Logistics and Transport HR Directors Forum.
Previously, Deborah Whitehouse was a Partner with Whitehead Mann. During her 14 years at the firm, she focused on international industrial clients. She led the firms aerospace, rail and transportation practices and also was managing partner of a regional office before moving to London.
A former executive, Deborah progressed through a series of management roles at Alcan, culminating as Divisional Commercial Director, Extrusions and Tubes earlier in her career.
Commenting on the appointment, Deirdre Kenny, Managing Partner, London, CTPartners says: We are delighted that Toby and Deborah are joining the London team. Together they bring a significant strategic insight gained from recruiting C-Suite, senior divisional executives and non executive directors. They also have substantial commercial and search background knowledge of the marketplace which will help CTPartners to differentiate itself and add value as client organisations realign to the current environment."