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Businesses are expecting more and more from their accountancy professionals. Specialists are required to keep up-to-date with ever-changing tax rules brought about by increased regulatory oversight - both locally and globally - whether consulting or in-house.
Odgers Berndtson works with accountancy firms to recruit leaders with the talent to capitalise on fast-moving markets. Through our international network of search experts, we advise clients on the recruitment of leaders with the experience and strategic mindset to modernise and grow their firms.
Organisations of all sizes look to increase operational efficiencies wherever possible. Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is one common answer. Logistics, CRM, payroll - any non-core activity that can be streamlined and externalised is a target for outsourcing. And that’s especially true in today's increasingly competitive global market.
Odgers Berndtson’s BPO and Support Services Practice helps businesses of all sizes across the world by recruiting talented leaders who can create value in a lean and highly competitive market place.
The legal market has changed substantially in the past decade. When the arrival of non-standard law firms in the market and low productivity levels are taken into account, then it's clear why only the largest legal service providers seem to be prospering.
Odgers Berndtson works with chambers, law firms, associations, and regulators. We help those clients find the candidates with the strategic vision to deliver long-term value to the organisation and their clients and to navigate the future of the law.
Management consultancy firms are beginning to diversify and expand their services and remits. Digital, data science and advertising functions now sit alongside the traditional management consultancy operations, for example.
Increasingly complex legal and technological systems, along with a global incentive for businesses to cut costs means two key things. Advisors must provide clear, added value to clients, as well as also tackling the same issues internally. This makes visionary management consultant executives, with a broad skillset, more important than ever.