After browsing through my clients list recently, I noticed that there were not very many senior women in finance. I understand that this may be due to personal choices women make, but I was keen to get some first class advice and knowledge from one of those women who has broken through the glass ceiling: Catherine Empringham from Ella’s Kitchen,
Q3 was an encouraging quarter within the Financial Services Accounting function at Morgan McKinley. In a quarter where the business actually had its best ever quarter, we saw a variety of new hiring trends, increased focus on diversity and continuing Brexit plans to be put in place by the investment banks and asset managers alike.Within the fund
The UKs economy grew over Q3 2017 contributing to a decent period of hire for senior interim finance candidates. Systems and new technology once again proved the driving force in hiring finance leaders to provide interim support.
As we near the end of 2017, banks and recruitment businesses alike are compiling their data to form their updated salary guides. For anyone who has ever looked for a job, they have probably looked up the average salary for their preferred role or sector as it can be very useful when it comes to negotiating a contract. You can view all our 2017
A few years ago, before became a headhunter, I sat on the other side of the fence working in asset management.At a particularly miserable time when the markets were against us I decided to dip my toe in the water of new job opportunities for the first time in many years. If you yourself are encountering this phenomenon for the first time in a
Life is short. Many of us spend the best part of our first 25 years on this planet in education. After education comes work which, for some will take care of the next 40 years of your life, which is a daunting prospect.