RSA and Heritage Partners announce Strategic US partnership

RSA-HP-logos-smallerEstablished Life Sciences talent firms to modernise Talent Consultancy at highest levels

New York & London, 17th June 2015:

RSA, the world’s largest executive Talent Consultancy for the Life Sciences and US Life Sciences executive search firm Heritage Partners, today announced an exclusive partnership.

The combination, which will operate under the banner Heritage Partners-RSA, brings together the experience and advisory abilities of the two established Life Sciences specialists. It will offer clients skilled local expertise across the United States, including East and West coasts and access to an unparalleled global presence. It will also extend unique due diligence on candidates for senior permanent and exec interim positions, based upon

RSA’s Proof of Candidate™ and Talent equity™ approach.

A shared focus on people will ensure that the partnership seamlessly supports clients and candidates through every step of the hiring process. Innovative new services will also bring much-needed modernisation to a recruitment market too dependent upon legacy approaches.

Heritage Partners has broad US coverage and domain expertise on both coasts, with over 20 years of experience in Life Sciences recruiting, advisory services and placing industry leadership roles. RSA is the world’s largest Talent Consultancy for the Life Sciences, specialising in due diligence and evidence-based analysis across search, exec interims and boards. Both firms share an ambition to modernise the way Talent Consultancy is performed at senior level.

“This partnership will extend the presence of both firms across the US and worldwide,”Matt Vossler, Partner with Heritage Partners, explained. “Focusing on the growth markets in the Life Sciences, our innovative, evidence-based approach aims to shake up Talent Consultancy, enabling the industry to thrive in the face of a new era of digital media and biotechnology.”

Chris Molloy, CEO of RSA said “We are delighted to have this exclusive relationship with the team at Heritage Partners. It offers Heritage and our US-based clients’ access to an unparalleled level of expertise and global coverage, and it reflects our shared values of excellence in Knowledge, Networks and Service”.

Elizabeth McCabe Partner of RSA in North America said “Together we will change client expectations of how senior-level Talent Consultancy is performed for the Life Sciences in North America. We look forward to a great future”.

About RSA

RSA is the world’s largest Talent Consultancy for the Life Sciences industry, with offices in New York, London, Brussels, Frankfurt, Basel, Istanbul, Singapore and Hong Kong. To find out more go to www.theRSAgroup.com.

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