Recognising that there was a genuine lack of specialists in the recruitment of banking, asset management, trust and accounting profiles in Geneva, Neil and Fabrice Tredinnick, two brothers with an entrepreneurial spirit, founded Lotus Partners in 2006 with the aim of offering a recruitment service of high quality and added value to the companies of the banking and financial sectors in Geneva.
Thanks to a quality alternative offer Lotus Partners rapidly gained the trust of renowned institutions in Geneva and was able to stand out from the competition in an ever more specialised sector.
The team has naturally flourished over the years through the arrival of new consultants coming directly from the banking, asset management, financial, trust, legal and tax sectors they specialise in.
Creation of Lotus Partners in Geneva to cover the banking, asset management, trust and accounting sectors.
Specialisation in the domain of law and compliance with the recruitment of two specialised consultants.
Reinforcement in the tax domain with the recruitment of a specialised consultant.
Moving of our offices to the city centre, close to the banking district and to most of our clients.
Launch of a new interim placement activity with the recruitment of a specialised consultant.
Modernisation of Lotus Partners: integration of a new innovative recruitment platform in conformity with the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and launch of a new website.
Reinforcement of the asset management domain with the recruitment of a specialised consultant.
Reinforcement of the finance, tax and fiduciary domains with the recruitment of a specialised consultant.
Holding a degree in Economics of the University of Geneva (HEC), Neil worked for several years in Banking and Financial Audit for one of the Big Fours before founding Lotus Partners in 2006 with his brother Fabrice. His vision: to create a specialised firm composed of Banking and Asset Management experts.
Fabrice honed his skills as a Consultant in a firm specialised in headhunting, Management and Human Resources counselling before focusing his career on staff recruitment in a Geneva recruitment firm. He founded Lotus Partners in 2006 with his brother Neil. His vision: to create a specialised firm composed of experts in the Financial, Trust and Accounting sectors.
Holding a Law degree from the University of Lausanne and the STEP Certificate in International Trust Management, Diana worked as a Lawyer specialising in Wealth Planning with a major foreign bank and multi-family offices of the Geneva financial centre. Having successfully built up the Banking and Finance sector of a Geneva recruitment firm, she joined Lotus Partners in 2010 to strengthen our banking sector and develop a specialisation in the Legal and Compliance fields.
Holding a Master’s degree in Human Resources, Charlotte worked for 15 years as a Consultant in various recruitment firms in Geneva and Paris and specialised in the recruitment of executives and specialists in Asset Management, Family Offices, Private Banks and Private Equity funds. Having built an extensive network in the Asset Management sector, she joined Lotus Partners in 2018 to strengthen our expertise in this domain.
A Lawyer admitted to the Bar of Geneva, Yves spent his early career in one of the major privately-owne Banks in Geneva, Montreal and Luxembourg, where he worked for 24 years as a Relationship Manager, Branch Manager, Legal Officer and General Counsel for the group’s investment funds activity. He joined Lotus Partners in 2010 to further develop our Legal expertise and reinforce the Tax and Compliance sectors.
Holding a Master’s degree in Management, Nicolas worked for 15 years as a Consultant specialised in the Financial Services sector in various recruitment firms in Geneva. After specialising in Organisational Consulting and Higher Education in Business Management, he joined Lotus Partners in 2020 as a Talent Acquisition Specialist. His role is to identify and approach the best profiles for our clients.
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