Amrop UK is a London-based specialist Executive Search & Advisory firm, delivering senior leadership mandates within Financial Services, Industrial, Transport & Infrastructure, Consumer and Technology markets.
Amrop UK is a trusted advisor and partner to our clients because of the deep knowledge and understanding across function, product, and geography, which our team of experienced search professionals can offer to organisations looking to expand their business or restructure their existing team.
We work extremely closely with clients – which range from small, private-equity backed organisations through to multinational corporates - to understand and define what they need from their leadership hires. We will always structure a tailored search process in order to bring them the best possible candidates from the most appropriate talent pools.
In addition to executive search, Amrop UK supports leaders across multiple areas of their talent strategy, whether they are engaging in leadership assessment, board succession planning, streamlining talent pools in a merger or acquisition, making difficult reorganization decisions or conducting a compensation benchmarking exercise.
We recognize that our role in protecting personal data is critical – on behalf of our clients, our candidates and Amrop’s executive search professionals. We are committed to ensuring that all personal data shared and processed within Amrop is protected, private and secure.
Read about Amrop’s approach to data protection here.
Big Shifts in Data Analytics & AI
David Bell, Amrop UK
Within AI everything is converging into one practice, meaning that the breadth of the CIO/CDO role is also growing.
What Really Counts in Digital Leadership?
New Digital Competencies
Chapter 2: Organization. Navigating the organizational terrain of digitization.
Digitization on Boards 4
The Keys to High Performance
Examining digitization through the eyes of digital leaders, we ask: What are successful digital executives doing better? Where can digital executives and Boards focus — and win?