We’ve been working at our chosen field for over two decades in a manner that reflects favourably for our clients, the candidates we approach, and our profession in general. We take our work seriously, and the needs of both clients and candidates come first before anything else.


We conduct our business activities with absolute integrity, and avoid any and all conduct that is deceptive or misleading.


We’ve been called consummate professionals because we perform all consulting assignments with a high degree of competence, demonstrating knowledge, thoroughness and urgency.


We exercise objective and impartial judgment in each consulting assignment we take on. We give due consideration for all relevant facts.


We strive to be accurate in all our communications with clients and candidates, and encourage them to do likewise.

Conflicts of Interest

We stringently avoid, or resolve through disclosure and waiver, all conflicts of interest.


We respect all confidential information entrusted to us by clients and candidates.


We serve our clients loyally, and strive to protect their interests when performing assignments on their behalf.

Equal Opportunity

We support equal opportunity in employment and objectively evaluate all qualified candidates.

The characteristics and ethical values above are basic fundamental considerations a client should think about when choosing an executive search firm. However, more in-depth probing on the firm’s track record, areas of expertise, geographical scope, consultants’ professional backgrounds, their search process, firm resources, off limits issues, guarantees and liabilities are also important factors in varying degrees.

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