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Hedley May and Exchange Place have merged
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Global Coverage

“…Leveraging their global network, they found us a ‘rising star’ who happened to be in Asia and it was so impressive”
CEO – GLOBAL MANUFACTURER
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Inclusion

Only through the active pursuit of an inclusive work place will diversity flourish
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Tax follows reward as FTSE 100 bows to pressure

There is unprecedented change in the leadership of FTSE 100 tax functions and it mirrors exactly what we saw in reward functions four years ago
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Compliance Officers aren't making it to the top job

To reverse the trend they’ll need to develop 5 key skills
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Hedley May delivers expert advice and outstanding service to our clients worldwide
We serve four interrelated markets
The world’s leading financial services businesses across banking, insurance, asset & wealth management and fin-tech
Multi-national and national corporates across all major sectors and geographies
The largest and most sophisticated professional services and consultancy firms globally
International and national regulatory and government agencies

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Our services are based on the core competencies of our firm
The time we invest to understand our client’s culture, business and strategy
The collection and analysis of accurate and commercially valuable information
An unwavering commitment to help our clients find the best solution

Hedley May Latest News

Karen Frizzell joins Hedley May as Partner

Karen Frizzell has joined the business to extend their growing portfolio of functional leadership expertise, with a particular focus on Human Resources, Marketing and Communications.

The Hedley May Challenge 2.0 kicks off on 22nd September 2017

Walking 210 miles from London to York over the next five years in celebration of our new New York office. Hedley May will match every donation – learn more. bit.ly/2h0U9Jc  

Are FTSE’s fishing in the wrong pool for female CFOs?

There are more women on FTSE Boards than ever before but progress on diversifying the UK’s leading executive committees is far less easy to see.