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New MD For Marks Sattin

Leading financial recruiter, WH Marks Sattin announces new Managing Director, Scott Stacey, for Australia

WH Marks Sattin, a division of the FiveTen Group, is pleased to appoint Scott Stacey to be the new Managing Director of its Australian operation.

Founded in 1988 in London, WH Marks Sattin is a leading financial and accountancy recruiter and a key member of the FiveTen Group. Backed by the private equity firm, Englefield Capital, the Group has developed into a leading specialist recruitment business with significant operations in the UK, Europe, USA, Russia and Asia - Pacific. It now has a powerful portfolio of recruitment brands, including Greythorn in IT and Telecoms, Laurence Simons in legal, EMR in marketing and Ortus in human resources. Its most recent acquisition was Antal, the acknowledged market leader in professional recruitment in Russia.
Scott Stacey moves from Hudson, where he was Executive General Manager for Victoria as well as heading up the companys overall Accountancy business across Australia, having joined in 1998.

FiveTen Group Chief Executive, John Rose, commented Having conducted a thorough search, we are delighted to have landed Scott Stacey. With his personal standing, proven leadership abilities and commanding knowledge of the financial and accounting recruitment markets, Scott's skills are so well matched to our strategy in Australia. In particular, he will not only play to our current core strengths in Financial Services, but also build a really thriving business in the Accountancy markets across Commerce and Industry & Professional Services. The potential is huge and Scott will now provide the direction to help build a truly global brand.
Scott Stacey commented, Given the powerful backing of FiveTen, the quality of its brands and the market opportunities, this is a great move for me. WH Marks Sattin is an excellent company and Im looking forward to working with its formidable operation in London, developing an outstanding business across Australia."


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