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People of CSG: Fernando Ortiz-Barbachano, Challenger Mexico

  • Blog
  • 23 October 2018

Fernando Ortiz-Barbachano is president of Challenger Gray & Christmas Mexico. Fernando currently directs Barbachano International Inc. (BIP), the premier executive search leader in Mexico, LATAM, and the US. He is a Certified Personnel Consultant by the National Association of Personnel Services. He is on the Board of Directors for the Economic Development Corporation of Tijuana, Mexico, an active member of The Society of Human Resource Management, and National Association of Personnel Services.

For Challenger, Gray & Christmas Mexico, Fernando is directly responsible for managing Mexico operations and Mexico business growth for our outplacement and executive coaching division. Challenger Gray & Christmas is the original outplacement company founded over 50 years ago. Over the years, Challenger has provided career transition services and executive coaching to over 50% of the Fortune 500 companies and has global presence in over 40 countries. We provide the highest quality outplacement in the industry. We support transitioning clients in Mexico and all over the world, at all levels, and in a broad array of industries.

Challenger Gray & Christmas is based on quality and that is why companies choose to partner with us.

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