FTI Consulting has appointed Jane Harley to the role of Director of Talent Acquisition for the EMEA region. She joins from Norman Broadbent where she held the position of Managing Director. London-based FTI Consulting has enjoyed strong growth in recent years, and newly appointed Harley will be responsible for identifying and attracting appropriate senior leaders to the firm.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Jane Harley worked at Norman Broadbent as a Managing Director. The role saw Harely responsible for the recruitment of top Management consulting talent across Europe in a wide range of functional areas, as well as provide clients with: talent growth strategy, market intelligence and salary benchmarking, assessment centre design & talent due diligence and talent retention. Previously, between 2007 and 2014, Harley worked at Alvarez & Marsal for 12 years. Her role was to run and develop the firm’s Talent Acquisition practice; an in-house search function to source and attract talent to support clients’ ambitious growth plans, outside of the US – Harley assisted the firm in the opening of a range of offices as well as the growth of the practice from 40 to 440. Additional employers, where Harley held positions between 1993 and 2003, include Korn Ferry (which recently merged with Hay Group), TMP, SAPMarkets, Advent Television and Morgan & Banks, among others.
FTI Consulting recently picked up Harley, who joins the firm as Director of Talent Acquisition for the EMEA regions: Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Harley brings more than 20 years of professional experience to her new role, and will be responsible for identifying and attracting the appropriate senior leaders to the firm as it continues to grow. Harley will be based in London.
Commenting on today's announcement, Julia Sherlock, Chief Operating Officer of FTI Consulting’s EMEA region remarks, "Our continued growth and success is due to the outstanding expertise and experience of our people, and we are committed to attracting and retaining the very best in their fields.”