Elliott James Consulting specialises in the provision of experts into Financial Services covering wealth managers, hedge funds, long only asset management firms, investment banks and all of their respective service providers. Established in 2008 with the foundation of our business being built on long-term relationships and specialist knowledge of our sectors. Our focus is exclusively within Financial Services, we don’t do anything else as we don’t want to dilute our service value.View Services
We partner with a number of multi-strat hedge funds, asset managers, investment banks and service providers. Our extensive candidate network ranges from permanent to interim, from Analyst to AVPs, Heads of department to C-Level executives, on both the Buy and Sell-side of the market covering the following areas.
We engage with our clients as a strategic partner. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with the confidence that they are reviewing the best talent the market has to offer, operating as an extended member of your team, providing search expertise in the following areas: Contingent Search, Interim Management, Retained Search and Managed Services.View Services
Elliott James Consulting currently have ambitious expansion plans in place for Q1 and Q2 in 2021. Many of the hedge fund and asset management firms that we recruit for have given us strong growth plans on the back of vaccines being announced and lower lockdown conditions therefore on the back of this EJC are hiring…Read more
Diversity and Equality in Asset Management 2020 What a year 2020 across recruitment in London’s hedge fund recruitment and asset management recruitment sector has been. Most certainly there are two main talking points that we can take from this year, these being the Corona Virus outbreak and also the movement for equality and diversity –…Read more
Financial Services Graduates – What do they face – Asset Management Recruitment Graduates of 2020 will be facing some of the toughest times we have seen for many generations according to a recent report produced by the institute of fiscal studies (IFS) ominously titled “A bad time to graduate” suggests that the class of 2020…Read more