Wilton & Bain provide Executive Search and Leadership Advisory services to businesses going through transformation and change.
We are a global firm but we think like a growth business. Our diversity of ideas and approach match our clients’ ambition and innovation. With Wilton & Bain there is no groupthink, just the constant pursuit of greatness. That’s because we nurture clients, candidates and our own people so we all benefit.
Wilton & Bain is unique in the breadth of our offering. We offer deep heritage in executive search and interim management, with expertise in placing specialist hires and creating effective talent strategies.
Leadership & Advisory – We provide consultancy services that are driven by the constant pursuit of greatness.
Executive Search – We are global in our reach, but think like a growth business when finding leadership talent
Interim Management – We provide the senior expertise clients need now to deliver against strategic vision
Specialist Hires – We source highly-skilled experts in their fields to ensure day-to-day business growth and excellence.
The Wilton & Bain Group is a global boutique leadership advisory and recruitment solutions provider established in 2001. The firm has offices in London, New York, San Francisco, Boston and Frankfurt servicing clients across the Americas, EMEA and Asia. They have 4 distinct brands in the Group: Wilton & Bain, WBMS, WBRS and Wilton & Bain Advisory.
Wilton & Bain – its flagship executive search business which is recognized as an industry leader having won several awards and accolades. The firm has 5 sector-agnostic practices that are functionally aligned to clients talent needs across Strategy, Change & Transformation, Technology Officers, HR, Customer & Commercial and Risk, Legal & Compliance. They service a wide range of clients from Professional Services to Media, Financial Services to Retailers, Technology to Private Equity.
What a crazy year for executive recruiters! Search consultants were busy but conducting their search work in novel new ways due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Like we do every year, Hunt Scanlon Media took on the challenge of selecting the top 10 stories that shaped the recruiting landscape. Our editorial and social media teams now
Much of the talk among U.K.-based PE investors in recent years has concerned the Brexit related risks of potential investments, the sky-high valuations being sought by vendors, and the highly fertile fundraising environment which has led to record levels of dry powder and the most competitive capital deployment market that most can recall. According to
COVID-19 has created a massive humanitarian challenge: millions ill and hundreds of thousands of lives lost; soaring unemployment rates in the world’s most robust economies; food banks stretched beyond capacity; governments straining to deliver critical services. The pandemic is also a challenge for businesses — and their CEOs — unlike any they have ever faced,
Much like everything else having to do with hiring and recruiting, executive search is changing. The inability to meet face to face has had a big impact on every organization’s ability to effectively assess the quality of senior-level candidates, according to a new report from Rhys Metler of IQ Partners. But there’s more: The search
Wilton & Bain has joined leading companies from a range of sectors and industries in signing the Inclusive Culture Pledge in 2020, an initiative managed by diversity consultancy The EW Group. Our Pledge: ‘In 2020, we will build an inclusive culture by improving multicultural inclusion and gender diversity within the workplace.’ Diversity and inclusion in the workplace
Based in London, James Royall leads the Interim Technology Practice. James Humphreys, Managing Partner for Interim, says, “Congratulations to James Royall for being promoted to Partner at Wilton & Bain. James’ achievements in his time here thus far are truly admirable. I have no doubt that James has the potential to build the Interim Technology practice into
Mr. Villa-Coleman will be based in the London HQ but with oversight across the global business. The Specialist Hires Global Professional and IT Services Practice engages with some of the world’s leading Management Consulting, Technology Services and Advisory firms to provide top talent across mid – senior level. Jason Addicott, Managing Partner of Specialist Hires, says; “Rob is
Wilton & Bain is excited to announce Colin Baker has joined its team as a Partner in its Global Technology Officers practice. The Global Technology Officers practice focuses on hiring senior executives in Technology, Data, Digital, AI, Cyber etc. Mainly working with companies going through technology transformation but also focusing on high-growth technology driven organizations.
There’s much talk about blockchain and cryptocurrencies, but for those not deeply immersed in digital, just what they are, how they work and why they matter may not be immediately obvious. To shed some light on these questions, we talk to Yaroslav Writtle, who is developing the Fintech practice.
A successful new hire can have a big impact on the business
they join. Equally, an unsuccessful one can cause real damage. So how does a recruiter assess whether a candidate has got what it takes to deliver…
Corporate Finance In The Interim World
In this podcast, Andrew Clatworthy discusses the impact of Brexit on M&A activity – who the winners and losers might be, how this might affect the interim market for senior finance professionals, which particular areas within finance are seeing most demand for high-quality interims.
Why Do IT Programs Fail
Björn Ovar Johansson is a board-level interim CIO and technology leader with a successful international background as a ‘strategic problem solver’ in professional services, retail, life science, healthcare / NHS, banking and financial services sectors.
What is Customer Experience?
WBMS Partner, Jason Rommer, is passionate about all
things ‘consumer’ and an evangelist for the importance of the ‘customer experience’. But just what is customer experience, why is it important and who should be responsible for it?
An Interview with Lucy Feltham
Lucy Feltham, Managing Partner of Wilton & Bain’s San Francisco office, has spent her whole career at Wilton & Bain. But as she tells the listeners in this informal chat, in 2014 she took a 12-month sabbatical to do something completely different, setting out to write a book on the A-Z of British subcultures.
Into The Valley
Despite the crazy cost of living, inflated salaries and high taxes, Silicon Valley is still the place to be if you’re in tech, whether as a start-up or an established player.
In this brand new episode of ‘Talent Talks,’ Hunt Scanlon host Rob Adams is joined alongside Colin Baker, Partner in the Global Technology Officers practice of Wilton & Bain. In this exclusive podcast, Mr. Baker reflects on what transformational leadership really means, what characteristics to look for in transformational leaders and how best to recruit