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Finance Director Recruitment

Finance Director Recruitment

Are your recruiting a Finance Director or FD for your business?  Do you need a talented FD to help your business reach its full potential?  Then you are in the right place?  Talk to FD Capital today and we’ll find the perfect FD for you and your business.

We understand that the chemistry has to be right amongst the senior management team, and a new FD needs the skills and experience to perfectly match to your business requirements.

Why Use FD Capital for your executive recruitment?

As we are experienced Finance Directors ourselves we are ideally placed to understand the needs of clients looking for finance professionals.  We help a business define the real requirements of the role, by understanding the importance of a cultural fit and then advising on the correct selection and if the best solution is for a Finance Director full time, part-time, permanent or temporary.

Do You Need a Finance Director or Chief Financial Officer?

The professionals we’ve placed have made real impacts on the companies they were placed in.  They have lead MBO’s, delivered fund raises, undertaken successful refinancing, conducted due diligence and M&A activity, led successful exits and strategic planning whilst also being a key business partner to the CEO  and the rest of the board.

Finance Directors should be qualified accountants ideally ACA (ICAEW qualified) and should also have extensive experience in dealing with commercial decisions, external stakeholders and other board members.

It’s important to have experience in a financial management role and with effective cost control and cash management. Evidence of strong leadership is important, especially concerning the development of staff,  as are excellent communication skills.

Recruiting an FD?

Recruitment is what we do best!  Talks to use today and let us find you the perfect candidate.  Often one of our in-house team is available for an immediate start call us on 07528969471 for an initial chat.

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