Kingsley Gate Partners, the new leader in retained executive search that helps ensure a lasting fit between its clients and placed candidates, today announced that Victor Kleinman has joined the company as a senior partner. The announcement follows the recent launch of Kingsley Gate Partners’ Synchronous Fit Framework, which is transforming the retained executive search industry. It complements the objectivity of an exclusive scientific profiling process with the deep human insight of expert search consultants.

Kleinman brings three decades of experience in life sciences executive search to Kingsley Gate Partners. His client base includes multiple top-ten global pharmaceutical companies, and mid-sized biopharmaceutical and emerging biotech companies. On their behalf, he has successfully recruited highly prominent, game-changing leaders who have developed and commercialized next-generation therapies in oncology, cardiovascular/metabolic medicine, neuroscience, immunology, respiratory and rare/orphan diseases.

“Victor brings deep expertise and industry insight to his role in helping Kingsley Gate Partners revolutionize executive search to create a lasting fit between our client companies and those candidates we place,” stated Buster Houchins senior partner, Office of the CEO, Kingsley Gate Partners. “We’re thrilled to have someone of Victor’s caliber extend our existing expertise in life sciences and look forward to his many contributions on behalf of our clients and candidates.”

Prior to joining Kingsley Gate Partners, Kleinman was executive vice president and managing director of the life sciences practice at DHR International, where he worked closely with companies to recruit senior leadership teams, extending his involvement and collaboration across every stage of organizational growth. He is also a respected industry thought leader, and has been frequently quoted in industry news and information sources such as Business Insider, Fierce Biotech and others. Kleinman earned a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and is based in Kingsley Gate’s Palm Beach, Florida office.

SOURCE: Kingsley Gate Partners