Interim Interest Group – 4th July 2016


Iterim Interest Group

Monday 4th July 2016 – 5pm

Address Details:
Nabarro LLP, 125 London Wall, London EC2Y 5AL

‘A Year On – What’s Changed?’

Grant Speed, CEO Odgers Interim

Brexit will be decided one way or another – but will the key issues we need to address in the interim market be the same whichever way the UK votes? Be ready to benefit whatever the outcome.

We are delighted to welcome back Grant Speed, Managing Director of Odgers Interim. With the benefit of scale, global geography and the wider Odgers group, Grant will provide his perspective on what developments in the market will mean for interims. 

Will success be down to doing what we know works best or are bigger structural changes on the way that will fundamentally change the way we need to do business and engage in our market – not least tax changes and the view HMG has of our market (currently HMG is consulting with the industry and the result is imminently expected).

Join us for a highly interactive session to learn the most up to date insights so you can continue to be ahead of the game!

As one of the UK’s top executive search companies, Odgers pool of available interim management talent is probably the largest in the UK, whose experiences cover all disciplines and a wide spectrum of businesses.

Grant Speed is Managing Director of the Interim Practice at Odgers Berndtson, incorporating Commercial Interim and Public Interim. Highly experienced Grant began his career in the financial services sector before joining Michael Page in 1999. In ten years with Michael Page, he held management positions in the Sales, Marketing, Finance and Banking teams in both the UK and the USA. In addition, Grant was involved in launching Michael Page’s Recruitment Process Outsourcing division where he won and managed high value contracts with leading investment banks. Prior to joining Odgers Interim Grant worked for Robert Half, with responsibility for the Greater London operation. He graduated from Manchester University with an honours degree in American Studies, spending his third year at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.