Somers Partnership was featured in TheWealthNet last week… Freddie Pooter writes “In our experience, recruiters in the main don’t have a really good grasp of the staffing needs of modern private banking. Most just play the same old putting “bums on seats” game, along with counting their commission. An exception is the splendid Mark Somers,
Somers Partners invite you to apply for tickets to the 9th Grouse & Grape Charity Luncheon. The event this year takes place on Tuesday 8th October at 12.30pm in the magnificent surroundings of Spencer House in St James’s Place. The luncheon is a fantastic Family Office and Wealth Management networking opportunity, with the added enjoyment
What happens when an organisation fails to recruit and retain a sufficient number of Hunters and talented professionals and finds itself staffed entirely by Farmers? Traditional wealth management models are under increasing pressure. Forward thinking leaders are already proactively recruiting professionals with new skills and capabilities and seeking to attract and develop the most productive Hunters
Last week Mark Somers was invited to speak at the PAM Annual Dinner for Chief Operating Officers of 25 of the leading wealth management organisations and we wanted to share some of the speech with you. Read more…
What a fabulous summer of sporting achievement we have seen. There is so much to learn from the courage, commitment and athleticism of the Olympic and Paralympic athletes, not least, the importance of building a winning team: Andy Murray, who finally won his first Grand Slam tennis match after ten years of trying, has created a winning
SPEARS – January/February 2012 More than half a century since National Service ended, the City still retains an ex-military influence. Sophie McBain seeks out the real captains of industry. Fifty years ago, the senior ranks of the City were dominated by former military officers….