JP Morgan Recognizes Core-Asset Consulting as Top Woman-Powered Business in the UK

Scotland’s leading financial services recruiter, Core-Asset Consulting, has been named one of the top 200 women-powered businesses in the United Kingdom by JP Morgan Private Bank. This distinction comes on the heels of Core-Asset Consulting being hailed as a trailblazer at the close of 2022. Founded by esteemed entrepreneur Betsy Williamson in 2005, the company’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and progressive working practices has fueled its success.

With an annual turnover of £26.5 million, Core-Asset Consulting places great emphasis on fostering an inclusive environment for both men and women. Louise Powrie, co-Managing Director of Core-Asset Consulting, emphasized the company’s growth trajectory and dedication to inclusion. She highlighted the launch of a new initiative to enhance socio-economic diversity within the sector and underscored that this recognition from JP Morgan validates their efforts.

Ranked 38th out of 200 in JP Morgan’s annual report, Core-Asset Consulting has solidified its position as a prominent player in the UK’s high-growth ecosystem. The report examined over 46,000 companies and identified 13,255 women-powered businesses led, owned, or managed by women. Charlotte Bobroff and Stephanie Khalef-Wassmer, Co-heads of UK Women & Wealth and Executive Directors at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, reiterated the significance of supporting the advancement of women in business.

As a preeminent recruitment and headhunting agency in Scotland’s financial and professional services sector, Core-Asset Consulting was initially known for its expertise in asset management. Over time, its successful model enabled expansion into broader financial services markets, including accounting, investment operations, finance, and the legal sector. This recognition by JP Morgan showcases the role women play in shaping and impacting businesses, making it an inspiring milestone for the company and the wider business community.

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