Interim - Case Studies


  • Having carried out an extensive review of their cost base this fast growing market leader in the leisure industry ...more >

  • The client was due to embark on an exciting lengthy MA programme and needed to create a team to manage the process and in particular the period after acquisition. ...more >

  • A regular client was faced with a difficult issue to resolve with their French operation and needed a particularly sensitive approach from someone used to managing businesses on the continent who could also speak fluent French. ...more >

  • An aviation services business which has a global reach and 30% of its operations in Spanish speaking countries took a surprise call from its Group FC advising he was leaving the company. ...more >

  • This UK based technology company were seeking a dual listing in both the US UK and they felt under resourced in terms of SEC reporting knowledge and experience. ...more >

  • Having secured two new projects simultaneously this global outsourcing company urgently needed to source heads of finance for roles in both Nigeria and Vietnam. ...more >

  • This newly created Global Corporate Accounts function of a major telecoms operator had successfully won a substantial bid ...more >

  • After several good trading years this organisation was faced with the daunting prospect of re-financing the business to the tune of almost £1.5bn. ...more >

  • Having searched unsuccessfully over a period of many months for a New Product Director the client happened on a potential candidate but was unsure of the long term potential of the person for the role. ...more >

  • The initial brief was to significantly improve operational efficiencies, on time outputs and reduction of lead times. On joining it was soon clear that the main issue was not capacity but lack of process control. ...more >

  • An integrated mining and metals business recently hived off from the parent company had lost its Corporate Treasurer at short notice who was due to set up a new treasury function in Belgium. ...more >

  • This fast growing speciality pharmaceutical company needed to undergo a period of rationalisation in order that back office functions could keep pace with year on year double-digit growth. ...more >