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Transearch International Opens an Office in New York, Placing Carolina Molloy at the Helm

Transearch International Opens an Office in New York, Placing Carolina Molloy at the Helm

The headhunters’ firm Transearch International has opened an office in New York, which will be headed by Carolina Molloy, a professional with over 20 years experience in the financial and consultancy sectors, who has developed her career between Caracas, Miami, and New York, as she explained to Funds Society.

Transearchhas decided to take the leap into New York, which is the undisputed financial center par excellence, and finance is one of the most important business sectors for this headhunter company based in Miami.

Molloy said in this regard that, “Miami is a major financial center, but undoubtedly, there are certain things which are handled in New York, and that is the reason why Transearch has decided to open an office here,” added Molloy, who is also senior client partner of the company.

Molloy will work closely with Mar Hernandez, head of Transearch’s financial department in Miami, and who, to date, has also worked with clients in New York, some clients will remain under Hernandez’ umbrella, who from now on will be supported by Molloy on the ground.

Likewise, Molloy has the mandate to develop Transearch’s business in New York and attract new customers to the company.

Molloy comes from the First Manhattan Consulting Group, a boutique management consulting firm specializing in financial services, where she specialized in financial services and where she had been working for three years. For Molloy, Transearch is a natural area in which to work given her professional experience, this job will allow her to further leverage her knowledge to transfer it to her new professional field.

Molloy, a systems engineer from the Metropolitan University of Venezuela, has an MBA in Financial Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management. She worked for several years at Citi, both in Caracas and in Miami, where she held various positions in the areas of Consumer and Product and for two years headed that company’s second-largest branch in Miami. Earlier in her career she worked in Socit Gnrale in Budapest and in the global consulting firm Accenture in Venezuela.