Brexit means business as Irish recruiter sets up in London

Aperture was co-founded in June 2015 by Rory McCormick and Jonathan Brady

30th October, 2016
Jonathan Brady, Rory McCormick and Barry Crushell of Aperture Partners Fergal Phillips

Aperture Partners, a bespoke banking, finance and legal recruitment company, has opened a London office to target new clients seeking to move staff to Ireland post-Brexit. Aperture was co-founded in June 2015 by Rory McCormick and Jonathan Brady.

“Brexit is an opportunity for Aperture to position itself as the consultancy of choice for firms looking to establish themselves in Ireland. What we have seen is a multitude of enquiries from British firms about the candidate pool...

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