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Fund Accountant jobs are in demand

It may not conjure up the glamorous images often associated with star fund managers and stellar investment analysts – the lurching Lamborghinis, the speeding Sunseekers – but fund accountants are very much in demand within the financial sector in Scotland at the moment. Over the last decade many of the global third party administrators (TPAs) – Citi, HSBC, State Street,…See More
Mar 14
A blog post by Richard England was featured

How to Negotiate Your Contract Extension

Negotiating an extension can be the trickiest part of any contractor’s assignment. It can in some instances be the difference between building a successful career in consultancy – where you develop a real niche – and a jumpy, stop-start, short-lived, jack-of-all-trades one.But little good advice exists on this topic and many contractors learn simply through their…See More
Mar 13
Richard England posted a blog post

How to Negotiate Your Contract Extension

Negotiating an extension can be the trickiest part of any contractor’s assignment. It can in some instances be the difference between building a successful career in consultancy – where you develop a real niche – and a jumpy, stop-start, short-lived, jack-of-all-trades one.But little good advice exists on this topic and many contractors learn simply through their…See More
Mar 13
A blog post by Richard England was featured

PQE and Why it Matters to Solicitors in Scotland

The term PQE is heavily used within the legal sector in Scotland.In this article we define what it means, assess its importance, and discuss some important recruitment issues associated with it. What is PQE?PQE is an acronym which stands for Post Qualified Experience and relates to the experience built up by a solicitor after she or he has become …See More
Mar 5
Richard England posted a blog post

PQE and Why it Matters to Solicitors in Scotland

The term PQE is heavily used within the legal sector in Scotland.In this article we define what it means, assess its importance, and discuss some important recruitment issues associated with it. What is PQE?PQE is an acronym which stands for Post Qualified Experience and relates to the experience built up by a solicitor after she or he has become …See More
Mar 5
A blog post by Richard England was featured

Hiring Managers: Talent vs Experience

As a hiring manager, what do you do when you have an urgent requirement and the ideal candidate doesn’t seem to be available? One option is to simply wait. But you could be waiting indefinitely. And in business you can’t really afford to. The only other option is to compromise. But where?Being able to make concessions in the right areas doesn’t necessarily mean all you…See More
Feb 25
Richard England posted a blog post

Hiring Managers: Talent vs Experience

As a hiring manager, what do you do when you have an urgent requirement and the ideal candidate doesn’t seem to be available? One option is to simply wait. But you could be waiting indefinitely. And in business you can’t really afford to. The only other option is to compromise. But where?Being able to make concessions in the right areas doesn’t necessarily mean all you…See More
Feb 25
2 blog posts by Richard England were featured
Feb 21
Richard England posted a blog post

Choosing Job Titles: What's in a name

When trying to attract suitable candidates for a role, the importance of a job title is often underestimated. As it’s the first thing that a potential applicant will see, it’s crucial you get this part right. Failure to do so could mean losing out on the ideal candidate.Here’s four things to keep in mind.1. Include keyword phrasesHiring companies can unfortunately fall…See More
Feb 21
Daniyal Wali commented on Richard England's blog post 'How to Recruit and Retain Millennial Solicitors'
"Nice post. I'm writing a similar post for The Talent Games. Stay tuned!"
Feb 21
Richard England posted a blog post

Women in Asset Management: Better career outcomes

The following article is based on a presentation delivered to CFA Institute members by Betsy Williamson, Managing Director of Core-Asset Consulting.The event, entitled ‘Better Career Outcomes’, was organised by the CFA Society’s Scottish Gender Diversity Network. It was very kindly…See More
Feb 20
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Feb 19
A blog post by Richard England was featured

How hiring managers can navigate the employment notice period

You think you've done all the hard work. The role profile has been written, the search has been conducted, the CVs have been sifted, the interviews have taken place, the personality profiling has been done, the screening is complete, and the start date has been arranged.Your new employee is set to join in three months’ time. Now all you have to do is wait, right?…See More
Feb 18
A blog post by Richard England was featured

How to Recruit and Retain Millennial Solicitors

Much has been written about the millennial generation and its impact on the workplace in general.  But what, specifically, can you do as a law firm to engage with this demographic group?And what changes can you make to ensure you're recruiting and retaining the very best of Generation Y?What is a millennial?There is no firm agreement on who is and who isn't a millennial,…See More
Feb 15
Richard England posted blog posts
Feb 15
A blog post by Richard England was featured

Recruiting Fund Managers: Time to Diversify?

The asset management industry in Scotland – and the rest of the UK, for that matter – is grappling with a problem that cuts to the very heart of its existence. No, it’s not the pressure on fees. Nor is it investors growing love affair with passively-managed funds. Fund managers are suffering from a dearth of fund managers. If not tackled robustly, the problem may persist…See More
Feb 13

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Richard
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England
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Core-Asset Consulting
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Richard England's Blog

Fund Accountant jobs are in demand

Posted on March 14, 2019 at 6:41am 0 Comments

It may not conjure up the glamorous images often associated with star fund managers and stellar investment analysts – the lurching Lamborghinis, the speeding Sunseekers – but fund accountants are very much in demand within the financial sector in Scotland at the moment. 

Over the last decade many of the global third party…

Continue

How to Negotiate Your Contract Extension

Posted on March 13, 2019 at 5:42am 0 Comments

Negotiating an extension can be the trickiest part of any contractor’s assignment. It can in some instances be the difference between building a successful career in consultancy – where you develop a real niche – and a jumpy, stop-start, short-lived, jack-of-all-trades one.

But little good advice exists on this topic and many contractors learn…

Continue

PQE and Why it Matters to Solicitors in Scotland

Posted on March 5, 2019 at 9:00am 0 Comments

The term PQE is heavily used within the legal sector in Scotland.

In this article we define what it means, assess its importance, and discuss some important recruitment issues associated with it. 

What is PQE?

PQE is an acronym which stands for Post Qualified Experience and relates to the experience built up by a…

Continue

Hiring Managers: Talent vs Experience

Posted on February 25, 2019 at 10:23am 0 Comments

As a hiring manager, what do you do when you have an urgent requirement and the ideal candidate doesn’t seem to be available? One option is to simply wait. But you could be waiting indefinitely. And in business you can’t really afford to. The only other option is to compromise. But where?

Being able to make concessions in the right areas…

Continue

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