Myriarch Advisors

OVERVIEW

Myriarch Advisors is an executive search firm specializing in the recruitment of mid to senior level leaders in the financial services industry. We help organizations hire the talent most critical to their corporate strategy.

We believe corporate recruiting experience coupled with industry specialzation is key to providing what clients need, a trusted partner that gets it done with your needs, and your outcomes in mind.

Focus – We focus on Financial Services. We understand your industry and are here to provide you with specialist expertise, eliminating the learning curve required for recruiting firms lacking true sector focus.

Synergy – We bring Corporate HR experience. It takes more than a resume from another recruiting firm to create synergy with clients. It takes successful experience completing searches from both sides of the table, a client first philosophy, and an experienced view of talent management and candidate assessment from an internal HR function.

Strategy – Strategic talent acquisition doesn’t only happen in the C Suite. We work with clients to acquire talent vital to their corporate strategy, which is often within the succession plan. The service you expect when recruiting in the C Suite, should be the same for recruiting a key manager.

Results – Experience placing hundreds of executives at all levels within the financial services industry, ranging from Investment Banking and Capital Markets to Broker Dealer operations, risk and compliance.  Our results come from nearly 20 years of focused experience in your industry.

HUNT SCANLON NEWSWIRE BRIEFINGS

Myriarch Advisors Launches As Financial Services Recruitment Specialist

Financial services focused executive search firm Myriarch Advisors has been launched in St. Louis by Matt Huffman. The firm was founded, according to Mr. Huffman, to bring the blended experience of running a corporate executive recruiting function with a specialist executive search practice to clients in the financial services industry. For close to 20 years, Mr. Huffman