Clients remain loyal to CuttingHedge due to our proven track record of delivering on our promise to take an honest approach to our task and source high calibre talent. We continue to work with and impress upon a wide array of clients, from start-ups to some of the largest Hedge Funds in the market. Our underlying focus is on developing long-term relations and offering a concise 360 degree service by thoroughly understanding the market, our clients and identifying true talent. We don't undertake a numbers game, our focus instead is on providing our clients with accurate and relevant profiles.

It is our responsibility to source high calibre talent to help accomplish your goals. Market expertise and knowledge ensures we thoroughly understand your specific requirements to work best on your behalf, bearing in mind:

  • What your specific mandate entails
  • Current team structure and culture
  • Specific candidate experience/requirements
  • Possible career progression.

We work diligently on both retained and contingent mandates, depending on your desired requirements. Regardless of how your search is conducted, we continuously challenge our approach to offer the best possible outcome, with the highest degree of integrity and honesty.

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