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Appointments: Risk Management Practice

  • June 04, 2020
 

McGregor Boyall are pleased to welcome Tamryn George as Principal Consultant for Risk Management & Quantitative Analytics.

George has over 8 years’ experience as a specialist Recruiter in Risk Management and Quantitative Analytics in South Africa. She has an extensive and successful track record of placing qualified Risk Professionals within Retail, Corporate & Investment Banking, Advisory and niche Financial Services. Tamryn’s career progressed quickly as she was instantly recognised as a Top Recruiter from both her candidates and network of clients.

Commenting on her appointment George said, “Since moving to London, I’ve been looking for a well-established firm with a strong reputation in the market. A firm that offers a professional working environment and an opportunity to collaborate with other successful teams. Since my first initial engagement with McGregor-Boyall I quickly realised that they ticked all these boxes, offering so much more!”

“It’s truly refreshing to be able to welcome on board Tamryn, a highly experienced recruitment professional with extensive Risk Management knowledge across all levels and disciplines” said Chris Mensah, Associate Director for Risk Management and Quantitative Analytics. “In what is a particularly difficult market, Tamryn has a wide range of expertise gained over the years in different economic markets and international locations, which I am sure our clients will benefit from. Longer term I’m confident this investment in the Team will ensure we can continue to build and strengthen our relationships with clients.”

“In what has been an extremely tough period, it is great to be talking about positive changes” added Lucy Frost, Group People Director. “Tamryn had accepted our offer before lockdown, and like most firms we have had to navigate through lots of challenges over the past three months.  However together we worked out a plan to get her into the business but in a flexible manner that worked for both parties.  I am sure she will be an asset to the firm.”