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Limore Zilberman


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Limore Zilberman
Limore Zilberman




Limore Zilberman

Limore Zilberman helps lead the firm’s global Insurance Practice, advising clients on how to recruit, develop and retain transformative talent into an industry facing heavy disruption. Limore advises boards, CEOs and senior-level executives on predicting C-suite success, cross-functional hiring, benchmarking, development and succession of executives, board members and high potential talent to build excellent leadership teams. She also brings expertise and experience to her insurance clients by providing insight into senior leadership talent in numerous areas including data and analytics, digital transformation and diversity and inclusion.

Recent Client Experience

Limore recently led a CEO succession effort at a large publicly traded insurance company, recruited a chief data and analytics officer to a life reinsurer, a head of enterprise risk management to a top 15 U.S. bank and a chief investment officer to a diversified financial services company. She has also conducted numerous insurance board searches, helping clients identify, select and recruit talent from both within and outside the industry.

Previous Experience

Prior to joining Russell Reynolds Associates, Limore served as an associate director in the Midwest regional office of a powerful lobby organization. She previously worked for Citadel Investment Group as a senior associate in the legal department and worked directly with the loan syndication and trading desk. Limore began her career in Goldman Sachs' Fixed Income Currencies and Commodities Division in New York as a financial sales analyst and a loan syndications and trading closer.


Limore received her B.A. in political science and psychology from the University of Michigan.


金融, アセットマネジメント/ウェルスマネジメント, 保険, 取締役とCEO, データとアナリティクス・リーダーシップ, デジタル・トランスフォーメーション, リーダシップ・アセスメント

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