Manny Padda

Managing Director

Mr. Padda is the Managing Director for PM Search Partners. Regarded as a top tier talent professional and advisor, he possesses significant experience in the mining sector, with a breadth of experience in both operational and corporate roles. Mr. Padda has conducted numerous senior-level engagements across a variety of functions including board, CEO, CFO, COO, Project Development, Marketing/Investor Relations, and Senior HR executives. His experience in recruitment spans over 24 countries. Throughout his career Mr. Padda has worked with multiple clients including Aura Minerals, BHP Billiton, Newmont Mining Corporation, Castle Peak Mining, Pan American Silver, Quadra/FNX, Rio Tinto, and Vale.

Prior to joining PM Search Partners, Mr. Padda was with Korn/Ferry International and was a top performer in execution of various assignments. Previously he was with another large Canadian based search firm. Mr. Padda began his career in the financial sector with Royal Bank Financial Group. He then joined the Learning Strategies Group where he assisted in development of management training and educational programs. Mr. Padda is also currently a University Instructor at Simon Fraser University focusing on the areas of Strategy and Human Resources. He has presented on topics including career advancement, managing relationships, and business development. He has also sat on a number of advisory boards in the mining, education and not for profit sector.

Mr. Padda holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours, specializing in Finance and Human Resources from Simon Fraser University and his Masters of Business Administration from Queens University. He has also completed a number of mining and engineering courses. Mr. Padda is a member of the British Columbia Human Resources Management Association and the Association for Corporate Growth. He is fluent in English, Punjabi and intermediate Spanish.

Jeff Rosin


Mr. Rosin is recognized as one of Canada’s foremost search professionals, having established a reputation for exceptional quality of search strategy and execution on senior executive and board assignments, as well as C-suite succession.

Prior to founding Rosin Executive Search, Jeff led the Canadian practice of a global, publicly
traded executive search firm for nearly 15 years, and spent 19 years there in total.

His calm demeanour, strategic mindset and exceptional domestic and global accomplishments resolve even the most daunting challenges. Before search Jeff’s career includes accomplishments in the financial services sector (ten years) and professional

services (five years). He earned his CPA designation through the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. Earning several degrees from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa; specifically, Chartered Accountant and Bachelor of Commerce and Accounting degrees.

An accomplished athlete, Jeff is also board member of Maccabi Canada, an organization that links youth and adults to Israel through sports. “Bold, attuned, meticulous, visionary, highly creative, deeply caring, generous.” Leaders of Canada’s most admired organizations, and heads of Canada’s prestigious families, offer these words to describe Jeff Rosin’s immense, enduring contribution to their businesses.


PM Search Partners consults with organizations globally to match them with the top talent candidates for executive, senior management and project-based hires. Our consultants are brought on with specific geographical expertise to ensure we cover the market.

Research Team

The continued success of PM Search Partners relies on the excellent capabilities, professionalism and resourcefulness of our research team that has completed hundreds of executive searches around the globe. They research the labor market and target sectors, conduct pre-screening interviews, and assist in candidate development to ensure the search is as comprehensive as possible. Our research team provides PM Search with world-class data to help connect top companies with top talent.

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