Leadership

 

Eric-A. Denzler

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Founder

Eric-A. Denzler

Eric-A. Denzler
Chemical Engineer

 

CAREER

Founder, Denzler & Partners

Independent Consultant

Managing Partner, Spencer Stuart

Associate, McKinsey

 

EDUCATION

ETHZ, Chemical Engineering

 

LANGUAGES

French, English, German, Swiss-German

 

CONTACT

Eric-A. Denzler established Denzler & Partners in Nyon, Switzerland in 1996. The company’s mission was to provide Management Audit and Consulting Services to local and international clients. He managed the company for eleven years; since January 2008, he concentrates on advising a few key clients in their efforts to structure, advance, and support their top management.

Mr. Denzler built his reputation as an independent business advisor in the field of Personal Management and Executive Search. In 1978, he was appointed Managing Partner at Spencer Stuart, directing the Swiss operations of the international executive search firm for ten years.

In 1960, Mr. Denzler began his career working as a Senior Manager and Director of a Swiss family-owned business in the printing inks and building products industry. He furthered his experience working at McKinsey Zurich, advising large multinational corporations on organizational issues.

In 1972, he joined Forbo Group as General Manager of the Swiss subsidiary and later became Group European Marketing Director.

Eric-A. Denzler graduated as a Chemical Engineer of the Zurich Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ).

He holds a title of "Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Mérite" granted to him by the French Government, recognizing his major involvement in building the new French school of Zurich.