About Us

Claymore Partners is a boutique executive search firm based in Greenwich CT, which serves selective clients primarily in the USA over the last 15 years.

We specialize in the financial services arena working with both institutions and professional services firms including banks, P&C/Life/Health insurers, management consulting, technology, and PE/VC organizations to serve their top talent needs.

Claymore Partners conducts executive searches typically for business heads/leaders and functional heads/leaders in those industries.  Our experience includes CMO, COO, CFO, CHRO, CRO, Head of Strategy or Business Development, Head of Sales or Distribution for operating firms.

For consulting and professional services organizations, we generally conduct searches for Partners/Directors, Principals, and Senior Managers including sales/business development, delivery, practice heads and account managers.

Recently Completed Searches:
SVP Salesforce, Leading Global IT Services Firm
Account Executive, Top Global Bank
New Product Development Executive, Midsized Technology Firm
Head of Financial Institutions Underwriting, Midsized Insurer
VP P&C Insurance, Boutique Insurance Consulting & Information Firm
Senior Director Adobe Sales, Leading Global IT Services Firm
Managing Director Business Credit, Top 25 Commercial Bank
Director & Actuary, Midsized Life Insurer

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Claymore Partners is dedicated to serving leading Banking, Insurance, Payment Products, Marketing and Consulting organizations. We leverage our deep financial services industry and consulting experience to best partner with leading financial institutions and consulting firms.

Solutions And Expertise

Solutions
  • Executive Search
Industries
  • Banking
  • Financial Services
  • FinTech
  • Insurance
  • Insuretech
  • IT Services
  • Management Consulting
Functions
  • Distribution
  • Finance/Accounting
  • Information/Digital
  • IT
  • Marketing
  • Operations
  • Product Management
  • Sales
  • Strategy

Claymore Partners has deep financial service experience as former executives, consultants, and executive search providers to leading global financial institutions. Our principals have formerly been financial service executives and consulting practice leaders, which enables them to know what it takes to succeed in performing those roles and to obtain the top talent necessary for strong performance. We bring experienced market and business perspectives to both our clients and candidates, which provide the credibility to work closely as an advisor to top hiring executives and candidates.

We partner with other expert service providers to bring together the top talent needed to meet our clients’ needs in a cost effective and productive manner. Our clients value our judgments regarding their business and our suppliers, but always have the right to decide upon the staffing of our engagements with them.

News Briefings

Talent Acquisition Success Factors in the Age of COVID-19

Talent acquisition has undeniably changed as we all face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many organizations have slowed or halted their addition of talent while others have reduced their size. “The industries we have primarily been serving in banking and insurance have been impacted significantly with only limited additional hiring for banks in risk

Diversity Recruiting . . .What Does That Actually Mean?

Diversity hiring and recruiting is accelerating in importance and is an expanding focus for many organizations. Diverse organizations have many benefits in terms of perspectives, talent and culture, according to Steven Landberg, managing director of Claymore Partners, in a new report. But what does diversity mean for an organization and recruiting? “In my experience, it varies

Economic Strain Continues as 1.3 Million Americans File for Unemployment

As COVID-19 cases continue to climb across the U.S., the Labor Department reported this morning that 1.3 million more Americans filed new claims for state unemployment benefits last week, the 16th week in a row that the figure has topped one million. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg had been expecting 1.5 million claims. The latest numbers reflect