Frequently asked staffing and recruitment questions.
Q: What type of firms, locations and positions do you represent?
A: We actively recruit for the financial services industry and other diversified financial services companies. Our client base consists of commercial and regional banks, asset-based lenders, software companies, consulting organizations and legal firms from around the U.S. and overseas. We fill positions at all levels, from chief executive officer to administrative support positions—in addition to providing interim management, consulting and temporary staff.
Q: What is your fee structure?
A: Our fee structure is competitive. We offer several arrangements – contingency, retainer and exclusive contingency. Our temporary and consulting services are based on hourly or project-based rates. All fees and temporary/consulting rates will be agreed upon prior to engagement of our services.
Q: How do I list a search, open position or temporary consulting need?
A: Call one of our senior account executives at 1(212)566-7600. Alternatively, you may email an inquiry to email@example.com or email any of our account executives for an IMMEDIATE response.
Q: Why should I work with Adams Consulting Group?
A: ACG has over 35 years of experience in financial services recruitment. Our staff is made up of financial services recruitment specialists who understand the challenges faced by hiring managers. As a result of our experience and industry exposure, we maintain one of the largest proprietary databases of active and passive candidates available. In addition, we utilize state of the art sourcing technology. We are active members of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.
Q: How confidentially will my requirement be treated?
A: At ACG, the confidentiality of our client is of utmost importance. As such, when representing a client requirement, our client’s name is never identified until the client expresses an interest in a specific candidate. We never refer a resume to a client unless we have had a detailed discussion with that candidate. That is a promise.