The global human capital consultancy for organisations that require leadership, expertise and insight within business enablement functions.
Since 1999, our consultants have combined their specialist domain knowledge with a personal and collaborative approach, to develop deeper relationships that connect our clients to a far richer and more diverse pool of talent.
Human Capital specialists, we provide executive search, executive interim, management consultancy and market intelligence services, that produce business improvements exactly where they are most needed.
With established offices in four key financial centres of London, Zürich, Hong Kong and New York, Leathwaite is ideally placed to provide an accurate perspective on the global talent landscape.
Veteran executive search consultant Paul Groce has joined Leathwaite as head of the firm’s Americas region in an effort to increase its reach and further expand its brand outside the U.K. “The continued expansion of our U.S. business is central to Leathwaite’s future international growth strategy, and we are absolutely delighted to have hired Paul Groce to
In the immediate aftermath of the Brexit vote six weeks ago, London-headquartered search firm Hoggett Bowers mobilized 80 senior executives from a range of sectors to begin taking stock of Britain’s historic vote to sever its 43-year relationship with the E.U. On the search firm’s mind: What is the likely impact of Brexit on hiring? That question has been the singular focus of
LONDON, U.K., January 15, 2019 – With over 30 years’ experience as a senior financial services professional, most recently as CEO for Barclays Savings, Investments and Wealth Management, Dena Brumpton is regarded as one of the leading women executives within financial services. Prior to her role at Barclays, Dena had a distinguished 30-year career at
LONDON, U.K. – With over 30 years’ experience as a senior financial services professional, most recently as CEO for Barclays Savings, Investments and Wealth Management, Dena Brumpton is regarded as one of the leading women executives within financial services. Prior to her role at Barclays, Dena had a distinguished 30-year career at Citi where she held several senior
LONDON, U.K., July 18, 2018 – Leathwaite, the global human capital specialist firm, is pleased to announce that Lisa Gigg has joined to lead the Managed Project Delivery (MPD) Division. Prior to joining Leathwaite, Lisa spent 25 years working at JP Morgan in the Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB), with roles spanning Controls, Regulatory issues, Business &
LONDON, U.K., June 1, 2018 – On Tuesday May 15th 2018, Leathwaite attended Safe Horizon’s 23rd Annual Champion Awards, honoring 40 years of helping New Yorkers during their times of greatest need. Attended by over 700 guests, the event raised more than $1.5 million to help support vital, life-saving programs for victims of violence and abuse. Held at the
LONDON, U.K., March 8, 2018 – Leathwaite, the global human capital specialists, has secured investment from Beechbrook Capital to accelerate its geographic expansion, launch new business streams and invest in proprietary technology. The investment will also provide equity to further nurture the company’s current talent whilst simultaneously providing a platform to attract new talent to the organisation.
Making the leap from CISO to C-Suite
Leathwaite attended a recent SASIG event, participating in a career panel discussion which addressed ‘the long-term career path of the CISO,’ alongside industry professionals, independent consultants and other executive search specialists.
The 2018 Global Company Secretary Survey
Our inaugural Leathwaite Company Secretary Survey polled individuals in leadership roles within Company Secretary functions globally. We reached across industry sectors, with respondents largely based in EMEA. The purpose of this survey was to provide insights into the areas of focus, the challenges and the current priorities for Company Secretaries.
Diversity & Inclusion: The Things We Should Be Seen to Be Saying
Despite significant investment and profile, corporate Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) remains a war of attrition, with women leading only 4% of the world’s largest banks, 3% of food processing companies and 6% of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies.