Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to be assisting our client with the search for a Finance Manager.
Our client is an engineering business, looking to appoint a commercial Finance Manager for various locations in the South of the UK.
The search is being led by Danielle Grant. Please contact Danielle if you would like to find out more about this opportunity.
Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to have assisted Darktrace on the search for an FD, resulting in the appointment of Rachel Elias-Jones.
Modeled on the human immune system, Darktrace’s technology is the world’s leading, enterprise-grade AI with over 7,000 deployments worldwide.
The company was founded in Cambridge, UK, in 2013 by mathematicians and machine learning specialists from the University of Cambridge, together with world-leading intelligence experts from MI5 and GCHQ, to bring transformative technology to the challenge of cyber security.
Darktrace has experienced rapid growth since its foundation, growing revenues by over 600% year-over-year, and recruiting over 500 employees working across 24 global offices. The company is now valued at $1.25bn and is headquartered in Cambridge, UK and San Francisco, with global offices in New York, Auckland, London, Milan, Mumbai, Paris, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington D.C.
Bailey Fisher was engaged to manage the search for this key operational appointment. The search was led by Andrew Moore, Managing Director of Bailey Fisher.
Bailey Fisher is pleased to be assisting our client with the search for a CFO.
Our client is a privately-owned software company, based in Cambridge. The search is being managed by Danielle Grant. Please contact Danielle if you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity.
Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to have assisted Endomag with the search for a Clinical Development Director, a new position created to lead the company’s clinical activities during a period of rapid growth.
Endomag is a venture backed medical devices business, providing a better standard of cancer care for patients around the globe. The incidence of cancer is growing, and with it the demand for better, faster and less expensive solutions for diagnosis and treatment. With the aim of bringing cancer care to everyone, everywhere, Endomag is developing a clinical platform that uses safe magnetic fields to power diagnostic and therapeutic devices, avoiding the safety, workflow and availability concerns of ionizing radiation. Endomag was founded in 2007 as a spin-out from University College London and the University of Houston, and is backed by investors including Draper Esprit. The company has won a number of awards including an Innovate UK SME Innovation Award, was a finalist for the prestigious MacRobert Award from the Royal Academy of Engineering (2015), and more recently was awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise Innovation.
The Clinical Development Director search was managed by Iain Hopper, Director of Health Technology & Life Sciences at Bailey Fisher. The search resulted in the appointment of Matthew Womack, who brings extensive experience within both early stage growth business and big pharma.
Bailey Fisher was pleased to host the latest in its series of CFO Dinners, in partnership with Taylor Vinters and KPMG. Guest speakers, Yael Selfin, Chief Economist at KPMG and David Slater, Director – Trade at KPMG, gave informative and stimulating talks on “Countdown to Brexit”. David gave his take on Brexit before Yael spoke about the global economic outlook, advising how this will impact on strategy. The talks sparked lively debate amongst the assembled guests.
Highlights from the evening’s discussion were:
- Against the backdrop of an ever-changing Brexit landscape, there was confidence overall that technology businesses will be successful despite the uncertainty.
- The US and Asia are more important for international growth than ever before, and the technology sector is well placed as these are existing areas of focus rather than Europe.
The dinner was attended by CFOs of ambitious UK growth technology companies.
This was the latest in a series of dinners for business leaders organised and hosted by Bailey Fisher Executive Search, an independent executive search firm operating globally across the Technology, Life Sciences and Industrials sectors.