Following an extremely busy 2016 Hanover Search Group continues to grow as the Search firm of choice for Insurance, Asset and Wealth Management. With offices in Europe, South Africa, Asia and United States we strive to work closely with our clients and we exist to make a fundamental difference to your organisations. The London office has seen 4 new hires over the past month and all will be a fantastic addition to the group.
David Cooper, Client Director
David has over 20 years experience and has worked successfully with a wide range of clients, from household name insurers to start-up brokers, MGAs and Lloyd’s/London Market participants on senior management and Board appointments across a wide range of disciplines including underwriting, claims, pricing, sales & marketing and general management.
Rob Bulpitt, Partner
Rob’s experience has been extensive where he has worked on mid to senior level appointments across Non-Life, Life, Pensions and Investment markets. During his career he has built a successful network of contacts and completed assignments in the UK, Europe, US and APAC region.
Matt Pizzey, Associate Partner
Matt has 10 years’ experience successfully delivering both permanent and interim recruitment solutions to the financial services sector, covering all major Technology and Transformation disciplines. For the last 7 years, Matt has specialised in placing tech and change professionals into leading businesses in the insurance sector, with particular expertise developed across the Lloyd’s and London Market.
Thomas Meade-Hunt, Consultant
Thomas has joined HSG to be part of the highly successful Financial Planning division to extend their client and candidate reach. He started in FS over at Goldman Sachs before building a career in search where, for the last 4 years, he has focussed on Investment Banking, Asset Management and Insurance.
James Emmett, HSG Group CEO comments: ‘I am immensely excited about the new additions to the group and will be working closely with each of them to help grow their markets.'