On our 40th anniversary we are most grateful to those who have made our last four decades possible.

-Danelle Dann


Founded by Danelle Dann, 'The Interlangue Group Inc.' along with a specialised branch, "Danelle Dann International, Inc.' are referred to as 'Interlangue' on the current website. We have geared our activities toward executive search for the foreign banking community doing business in the U.S. at first, and, following the financial crisis of 2008, our attention has been re-focused on the very same banks and their respective Headquarters in the EU. The focus of our searches has become the strategy underlying sophisticated trading instruments, not only of banks, but of world-renowned Research Groups. We have concluded searches in Zuerich, Frankfurt, and Geneva during the last seven years.


With a presence in Geneva, headquartered in New York, we are able to accommodate any schedule, as ours is a relatively small community, be it in the US or anywhere in the EU.

Having placed the emphasis on Corporate Finance and Treasury from the start, we have continued a steadfast march alongside our clientele for the last thirty five years. Recently new dimensions were added to our assignments:  research for the theoretical aspects of Treasury as well as Teaching at the PhD level, quite apart from trading instruments (both of the usual nature in FX  and MM as well as in the more 'elastic' ones, such as Derivatives).

Not drawing a distinction between 'client' and 'candidate', 'Interlangue' have weathered a multitude of storms: "black Monday" of 1987, Gulf War I, September/11/2001, various corporate scandals following 9/11, Gulf War II, the 2008 near-collapse of the financial markets, and most recently the unique (for the current generation) political conditions at both European and national levels, all interspersed with some good years.


Our Present Team

Regrettably interim assignments/management candidacies are no longer offered as a courtesy to our clients.

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