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Knowledge is essential in understanding. We know that to provide the best service for our clients we must not only listen to you needs but also provide guidance, using the benefit of our experience.



FRAMEWORK - interpreting your needs

We have a proven framework for effectively understanding your requirements

Our own research has shown that better understanding of client needs improves submissions by a margin of 25%. Sometimes it can be difficult to recognise the most central aspects required in a candidate; we can interpret your needs and translate this into a fully-formed and personalised job specification.

At Exige International, our consultants develop structured yet flexible interview skills which engage our clients in determining the most crucial information whilst exploring multiple options and providing knowledgeable advice.

MARKET KNOWLEDGE - your guide in a foreign land

Helping you negotiate the market using our comprehensive knowledge of Financial Services

Understanding your market is crucial in any role; through our specialised background in Financial Services, our clients’ benefit not only from a network but from our greater understanding of the market place.

We can provide guidance in what can be a difficult market to interpret, helping you avoid the hazards and get to the talent you require.

COMPANY CULTURE - speaking your language

We are fluent in the international language of culture; by talking to Line Managers, HR and team members we can find great candidates that fit with your company.

Company culture has become an essential part of our recruitment process. We have found that by effectively communicating with all the individuals involved in the recruitment process, we can accurately assess the culture of the company and team, thus matching the correct candidate to the position.

A recent discussion of culture published in McKinsey Quarterly (“Givers take all: The hidden dimension of corporate culture”), discusses how crucial company culture is in everyday life, especially to the productivity of teams; recruiting for your culture is, therefore, important in the short term and long term.