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EULER HERMES APPOINTS NEW DIRECTOR OF HR FOR NORTHERN EUROPE

Euler Hermes has made a significant promotion within its human resources team this month with the appointment of Fiona Hanoman as HR director for the Northern Europe region.

Previously Head of HR for Euler Hermes in the UK and Ireland, Fiona is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, an accredited Executive Coach and has a Master’s Degree in Employee Relations and Law.

Prior to joining Euler Hermes, Fiona ran her own HR consultancy business and has a breadth of knowledge and experience gained from working in the public, private and charitable sectors. Fiona has also gained international HR experience through supporting client groups in Hong Kong and Dubai, together with her management of international mobility issues.

Hanoman Fiona
Hanoman Fiona

Based in London, Fiona will oversee all aspects of Northern Europe’s HR strategy, including talent and performance management, recruitment and retention, people and organisation development, and health and wellbeing issues.

Fiona said: “I am very much looking forward to starting my new role as HR director for Northern Europe. This is a fantastic opportunity to work across a region where a number of exciting changes are taking place, and I hope to use my skills and experience to help further the development of Euler Hermes in these regions.

“Having worked for the business for three years now, I am passionate about supporting our human resource practices, both at an operational and strategic level. We have a wealth of talent within our organisation and it is important that we continue to provide an engaging, challenging and rewarding environment in which our workforce can thrive.”