Adam is a founding partner and runs our Investment Banking practice. He leads searches in corporate finance on a pan-European basis and also in Latin America. He has worked in headhunting since 2000 and led major talent acquisition programmes across all major asset classes and functions within the banks.
Prior to Mulsanne, Adam worked at two boutique search firms where he grew EMEA businesses focused on placing strategic senior and mid-level hires across debt products.
Anthony is a founding partner and runs our Technology practice. Anthony has 15 years experience within financial services, specialising in fixed income sales, where he has helped core banking relations build their fixed income platforms across EMEA; he is currently running and building our UK technology/finance technology business and works with a number of UK and international clients.
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