Matchbook and Argyll & Buchannan form strategic partnership
Matchbook, the talent marketplace for the financial services industry, has entered into a strategic alliance with Argyll & Buchanan (A&B), a provider of prime brokerage solutions for startup and emerging managers, to provide clients with best-in-class recruiting technology and executive search services to help them grow their business.
Matchbook, a OneWire brand, provides a role-based marketplace of screened and vetted talent ready to make a move. Hiring firms can subscribe to different roles, view profiles, read recruiter notes, view compensation expectations, and interview candidates all free of charge. The Company charges a reduced success fee if a hire is made, decreasing the up-front risk and putting the firm in control of the process. Matchbook also offers customised tech-enabled executive search via its platform through a collaborative and transparent process.
Argyll & Buchanan, is an owner-managed, facilitator of Prime Brokerage solutions curated specifically for start-up and emerging fund managers. The company offers hedge funds access to bulge-bracket execution, custody, financing and technology, without the minimum revenue thresholds or minimum asset levels that are commonplace in the industry. In addition to these services, A&B offers a number of ancillary services to assist fund managers with fund incorporation, capital raising and launching.
“We’re very excited about this opportunity to join forces with Matchbook.io and offer our clients the best solution to fulfil their human capital requirements. Talent search and selection in the hedge fund industry, just got a whole lot easier,” says Mel Sutton, Managing Director of Argyll & Buchanan.
“We’re thrilled to partner with A&B to provide their clients with customisable recruiting solutions that align with their budget and strategic initiatives. As these startup and emerging funds expand, our suite of products and services are readily available to support their next stage of growth and development,” says Eric Stutzke, CEO of OneWire.