Finance

Securing the finance talent to thrive in changeable times

In an environment where the only certainty is change, cashflow and cost control are crucial. This is when you need your finance function to step up and lead. As such, competition is fierce for the CFOs and FDs who have the experience to pilot your company through the turbulence. Whether it is streamlining and restructuring, expansion into new markets, the roll out of new products and services, mergers and acquisitions or the adoption of new technologies, you need nimble, operationally focused, strategic thinkers who can collaborate across the whole of an organisation and who have the creativity and vision to drive transformation.

When competition is fierce, you need a well networked talent ally to give you the edge

As trusted advisors to the CEO, the role of CFO, in large corporations, is becoming increasingly influential. Today’s CFOs must be experts in their own field, they also have to be masters of the other strategic drivers across the organisation. A CFO, however, is only as good as his or her team. As a strategic talent ally, we attract the right people to create executive teams aligned with your unique requirements.

Progressive organisations are leveraging the expertise of finance talent specialists

Senior finance is our lead specialism. As such, we are the go-to recruiter in our respective geographic areas. This means we are uniquely positioned to leverage extensive talent networks for our client partners. We support them across the spectrum of the finance function, to deliver permanent and interim solutions for:

  • Finance Leadership
  • Financial Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Accounting Support
  • Audit
  • Systems
  • Tax
  • Treasury
Senior Finance for the Public Sector

With access to a wealth of senior finance talent across the private as well as public and not-for-profit-sector networks of the whole Seymour John group, our dedicated public-sector team are uniquely well placed to help support you in what are becoming increasingly difficult roles to fill for many public-sector organisations.

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