The company, founded in 2002, also says it includes board and consulting, parallel search, senior interim, and research and market intelligence. In addition, its annual salary survey, in partnership with digital industry trade association ScotlandIS, in March revealed results on the pay of C-suite executives in high-growth technology companies in Scotland, comparing base pay and levels of equity at different stages of funding.
It also said that alongside continued finance activity with long-standing clients such as Tesco Bank, M&G Wealth and Hastings Direct, there is strong board-level demand from fast-growing technology and venture capital-backed companies such as xDesign, Zumo, Forensic Analytics and Frog Systems.
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Carlyle is also growing in the food and drink space, including senior roles at Baxters and Macphie, and recently completed the search for Scotland Food & Drink’s new CEO, Iain Baxter.
It has now been announced that the recently appointed Alice Deakin is taking on the role of Director at Carlyle and brings over 20 years of finance, trading and leadership experience.
She was Chief Financial Officer at London Stock Exchange listed IndigoVision before leading Deloitte’s Chief Financial Officer program as Director and also leading the education function at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland before starting her own board coaching practice. Ms Deakin said: “It’s great to be on board, with continued growth and exciting times ahead.”
Additionally, Lucy Seligman is the most recent addition to the recruiter’s research and market research team, taking on the role of researcher. Carlyle also recently welcomed its newest graduate, marking the seventh year of its graduate program.
Discussing the current market conditions, Carlyle Founding Partner Duggie Carlyle stated: “Post-Covid has been a buoyant time at the executive level with much of our portfolio growing or looking to bolster their leadership teams going forward. Challenging times are undoubtedly ahead, but we plan to remain focused on our clients, the quality of reporting and delivery, and the development of our services, our brand and our people.”