Albert graduated from Utrecht State University with a Masters in Commercial and Corporate Law (LL.M). He then completed the AMRO Commercial Banking Course/Chase Manhattan International Banking Course.
He held a variety of commercial positions within the International Institutional Banking Division of AMRO Bank, before moving to Hartford Insurance (ITT), where he was responsible for developing Unit Linked products.
When he became Group Manager of a major recruiting agency and gained international experience in this field, he fell in love with the enormous diversity of clients’“kitchens” he was able to see and access.
As a result he founded Froom & Partners in the Netherlands. He then brought the company into a partnership with Leaders Trust to serve his clients on an international platform. He leads senior search assignments in general management and other CxO positions in the financial services industry and a wide range of “Head of…” positions in Finance, Sales and Marketing, and Operations. Within this industry, and in the larger family owned companies, he also handles NxD positions internationally. Additionally, he has strong Practice experience in the NGO/Not for Profit sector. Driving the need for diversity and inclusion, over 60% of Albert’s placements over the last three years have been female placements.
Albert Froom is a founding member of AltoPartners and he was the Chairman of AltoPartners from 2006 to 2009. He is currently Global Practice Leader of Financial Services and a member of the Board Practice.
Albert was named as one of the “150 most influential Headhunters in the world” by Business Week New York in 2008.
Articles mentioning Albert FroomThe Director's Dilemma - March 2019 Edition | 01 March 2019
Supervisory Boards & The Search Consultant's Role | 19 June 2018
Supervisory Boards : The Role of the Board in Creating Transparency | 04 June 2018
What Makes a Great Executive Leader? | 08 January 2018
Headhunter: Suchen Kandidaten, die um die Ecke denken / Search Candidates Who Think Outside the Box | 11 May 2017