Core-Asset Consulting Strengthens Its Team
Core-Asset Consulting Strengthens It’s Team
Core-Asset Consulting, a leading independent recruitment company, has boosted its Investment Management team with the appointment of Barry McIntosh* as Recruitment Consultant.
Barry joins Core-Asset on 3 June and will be responsible for multidiscipline investment management roles with salary bandings between £45,000 and £65,000 per annum. He was previously a senior consultant at Change Recruitment Group where he dealt primarily with vacancies across financial services, with a focus on investment operations roles. Prior to that, Barry was a consultant covering investments at Hudson Global Resources.
Earlier this month, Core-Asset expanded its Financial Services division with the promotion of Louise Powrie to Director of Financial Services and the hiring as recruitment consultants of Emma Cormack, Paul Mullarkey and Rory Milne.
Commenting on Barry’s appointment, Betsy Williamson, Managing Director of Core-Asset Consulting, said: “Louise’s experience in investment management recruitment will mean that Barry will have to work hard to meet the high expectations she has created among our clients. But I’ve no doubt that Barry has both the market expertise and the relevant industry knowledge to excel in his new role.
“Our cross-divisional team approach and Louise’s continuing presence will make sure that Barry’s transition to Core-Asset is a successful one and clients feel the benefit of his experience almost immediately.
“Barry’s appointment will ensure that our investment management team maintains its full complement of consultants – Titta Hukkanen, Kim Rooney, Barry and myself. Above all, it demonstrates our continuing commitment to providing our investment clients with the best candidates in the market.”
In April Core-Asset Consulting was shortlisted for the & lsquo;Financial Services Company of the Year’ award at this year’s forthcoming Scottish Business Awards. The judging panel has recommended Core-Asset Consulting for the accolade based on its significant contribution to Scotland’s standing as a financial centre.