Honesty, timely communication and attention to detail are just some of the attributes our clients appreciate from our service. In this short video, SRM Recruitment asks our client, Richard Nordgreen, Head of Investments at Proseed Capital, to share his thoughts on what it’s like working with us.
Henning Lauritsen is a leader in the tax profession and has created internal tax teams for a number of large international companies. Having worked with Henning to build the tax team at Wyelands Capital, SRM Recruitment asks for Henning’s advice on how to build a tax team from scratch.
In the first of a series of video interviews, SRM Recruitment asks one of our clients, Richard Nordgreen, Head of Investments at Proseed Capital, for his advice for hiring managers seeking to grow their teams, and about the management style he has adopted to achieve success.
How does SRM Recruitment go the extra mile for its clients? We ask one of them – Ed Barroll-Brown, Founder and Partner at Grafton Capital, a private equity firm based in London, to explain how our attitude, flexibility and no-nonsense approach make the difference.
Corporate Finance professionals must be able to keep up with emerging trends to best advise their clients. But what lies ahead for the sector itself and how are skillsets changing? Here to shed some light on the future of corporate finance is Chand Chudasama, Strategy & Corporate Finance Partner at Price Bailey.
“It’s just as important to understand accounting and cross-border challenges, as it is to understand people and cooperate with them.” Henning Lauritsen, Acting Head of Tax at Wyelands Capital (GFG Alliance) shares his lessons learned from a successful career in tax.
Henning Lauritsen, Acting Head of Tax at Wyelands Capital (GFG Alliance) shares his three predictions for the future of tax: closer relationships with tax authorities, greater internal controls and what the tax teams of the future will look like thanks to this change.
While some leaders have a clear career path mapped out from the outset, for others the journey evolves. We speak to Richard Francis, CFO at Netcentric, to hear what lessons the twists and turns in his career path have offered him, the changing role of a CFO and the future of the finance team.
“Wherever possible, it’s better to be bought up than putting the company up for sale, and that means a different approach”. In the latest article for our ‘Lessons from Leaders’ series, Richard Francis, CFO at Netcentric, shares his expertise on how to successfully grow and sell a business.
“We started SRM as we felt the recruitment industry was increasingly focusing on process rather than consultancy. Our belief has always been to listen and collaborate with our clients; building trust so they have confidence in our delivery.”
Andrew Setchell, CEO, SRM Recruitment