Boyden deploys seasoned interim executives to work with clients across the financial services sector to strengthen their security and resilience, reposition them to pursue new sources of value, and evolve from reactive to proactive as they confront emerging forces within the global economy.
Competitive and rapidly changing environments often require skills that are outside the scope of an organisation’s leadership team. This is where interim management comes in. As financial institutions strive to meet higher customer expectations and implement new technologies amidst increased risk and regulatory scrutiny, many are benefiting from the short-term support of our interim executives.
We provide access to top-tier interim leadership in times of growth, crisis, transformation, turnaround and change. Our industry specialists guide the process, contributing years of experience along with timely, relevant expertise in finance recruiting, business turnaround, change and crisis management.
Our interim executives have proven ability to manage complex challenges. Their reputations are highly respected among key industry players as well as lawyers, auditors and insolvency administrators. They can assume board and C-suite roles, and have helped strengthen numerous clients with :
Boyden serves clients ranging from multinationals to SMEs and private equity-backed startups across EMEA, the Americas and APAC. Our capabilities extend to multiple subsectors and disciplines, including banking & capital markets, consumer & retail financial services, corporate social responsibility, fintech, healthcare, insurance, investment management & alternatives, payments and wealth management.
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