Financial Services and FinTech

So much more than a dedicated finance team

Chief Executive Officer at Hortor, Andy Nicholson is former President of Global Banking and Financial Markets at BT. Spending much of his career in a financial role, he has lived and breathed the challenges that come with a market that never sits still.

Passing this experience to our team, within the wider business we also have IT and digital specialists that appreciate how technology continues to impact on the industry and how it can be used to advance innovation, support change and nurture growth.

Straddling both, Hortor is so much more than a recruitment agency. In fact, we have the skills and category insight needed to meet with the increasingly complex resourcing needs of our clients in the financial services and FinTech sectors.

We never assume to know what you are looking for. Instead, we work as consultants to get to the very heart of your pain points to offer the most appropriate solutions to meet with your business objectives.

The hortor model

Every business is different and that is why we have created a pyramid of services for our customers. We never assume to know what our clients need, we work with them to build a plan.

Whether you are looking for contingent recruiment for a short-term project, a managed service that is bespoke to your needs, or something in between, we can help.

For more information about each service offering, please click below.

News & Case studies

  • Hortor Hopes to Raise £12,000 for Chosen Charities

    We are very pleased to share the news that we have chosen two nominated charities that will benefit from our fundraising efforts throughout 2022.

  • Supporting the transition of global services

    A mid-sized UK based business-to-business company needed support with the transition of services to Central Europe and South America.

  • Managing workflow and resourcing challenges

    A global technology company was saturated with vacancies, causing unavoidable workflow and resourcing challenges within the business.

    The organisation recognised it needed an alternative solution to the preferred supplier agreement in place if it was to find the talent it so desperately required.