Scott Page

Founding Partner / Managing Director

Scott Page is a founding partner, and a Managing Director of Solomon Page, a Manhattan based provider of staffing solutions (temporary, contract, temp to perm, project staffing, direct hire and executive search) and heads the Financial Services division since the firm’s inception in 1990.

Scott has almost thirty years of experience in the executive search industry and is widely respected as a market leader in the recruitment of senior financial services professionals on a global basis across both developed and emerging markets.

Under his strategy, Scott spearheads the Financial Services division of the firm and works closely and extensively with the senior management teams of major buy-side and sell-side global institutions to define business opportunities and to attract talented professionals. Scott provides leadership and talent consulting services to his clients which has empowered those businesses to not only reach, but in many cases surpass their goals. Scott has formed strategic consulting relationships with his clients who are the top level executives at some of the largest and highly respected global financial institutions. Wall Street considers him an industry expert of executive search and financial services consulting and as such has appeared on Bloomberg TV and CNBC.

The skills and philosophy that he brings to his clients’ searches have also helped Scott expand the Financial Services Division of Solomon Page. Over the past 25 years, Scott has grown the Financial Services Division into one of the most sought after retained executive search practices in the industry.

Scott has also nurtured the evolution of the Solomon Page brand and participates in the collaboration and expansion of Solomon Page as it continues to be one of the most successful executive search firms and is listed by Crain’s as one of the New York Area’s 200 Largest Privately Held Companies. The rapid growth of Solomon Page resulted in a public offering in 1994 and privatization through a management buyout in 2000. The firm is headquartered in New York City with eight regional offices in the United States and one office in the United Kingdom.