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Billy Stephenson, Managing Director of Stephenson Executive Search quoted in Wealthbriefing:

April 25, 2022

What It Takes To Be A Modern Wealth Manager

With trends as varied as digital technology, hybrid working, sustainability, diversity and generational shifts, wealth managers are having to adapt to rapid change.

Charlie Harvey, Director at Stephenson Executive Search quoted in the Financial News:

February 9, 2022

Kirkland & Ellis shocks staff with stricter-than-expected office mandate

‘It is certainly more fun,’ Kirkland’s chair praises in-office working amid a mandate that workers come in on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Charlie Harvey, Director at Stephenson Executive Search quoted in the Financial News:

January 31, 2022

‘Stupid money’ for London lawyers seen ratcheting even higher: ‘The numbers are crazy’

UK law firms ‘think it’s completely unsustainable, but for the US firms, the economics are different’

Charlie Harvey, Director at Stephenson Executive Search quoted in the Financial News:

October 27, 2021

London law firms hire ‘anyone with a pulse’ as soaring salaries aren’t enough for junior lawyers

Lawyers are leaving the industry despite the lucrative rewards now on offer

Billy Stephenson, Managing Director of Stephenson Executive Search quoted in The Wealth Net:

July 8, 2021

How to close wealth management’s gender-based applicant gap

How to attract more female talent into the wealth management industry is a much-discussed topic.

Billy Stephenson, Managing Director of Stephenson Executive Search quoted in The Wealth Net:

March 4, 2021

Who is hiring in wealth management; the domino effect

According to research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the human resources body, around 56 percent of firms surveyed planned to hire in the first quarter of 2021.

Billy Stephenson, Managing Director of Stephenson Executive Search quoted in The Wealth Net:

September 17, 2021

Wealth management hiring; London on top but for how long?

When it comes to hiring, London is still king. But there’s no doubt that other cities are starting to vie for its crown.

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