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Fellows Finance is an executive search firm with a focus on senior and board level hires of financial professionals. We operate a retained search model with campaign management built around your specific needs and the candidates profiles you hope to attract. Typical projects might be the recruitment of Financial Directors, Financial Controllers, Senior Executive Internal Auditors and Managing Directors (particularly where a financial element is desirable).

Our team have considerable expertise in search and selection and have worked with a wide array of international businesses in hiring at a senior level within the UK and internationally. We are adept at retained search (headhunt) and selection, recruitment campaign management and building client specific strategies.

We do not operate a contingent (no win, no fee) search model as we prefer to work with fewer clients and provide a highly tailored solution with considerable time devoted to the project. This ensures, as a hiring company, that candidates sourced are found to meet your specific requirements.  

For potential candidates, we only rarely advertise vacancies and projects tend to be quite bespoke. However, we are always happy to help with constructive advice and inform you when suitable opportunities arise.

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Retained Search – Why Pay in Advance?

When you are recruiting, why on earth wouldn’t you just call as many recruiters as you can, negotiate the lowest possible fee rate and wait for the candidates to roll in?

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We take a look at some of the positives that have come out of the ‘new normal’ over recent months.

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Should we scrap GCSEs entirely?

The recent omnishambles in relation to A-Level results has driven me to consider the broader education picture, particularly GCSEs. I don’t believe they’re necessary anymore, assuming they were ever necessary. In fact, there are, in my opinion, considerable advantages that could be gained by ridding ourselves of formal examinations at 16 entirely.

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Eight tips for video interviewing

More and more of us are having interviews on line. Even as Covid-19 related restrictions begin to ease, video interviewing is likely to remain the norm for many for the foreseeable future. So as the Internet loves a list, here’s a list of tips for maximising your chances of success on a video interview.

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Life from the view of an 8-year-old

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Sometimes kids say the most weird and wonderful things and I honestly really enjoy hearing about the world from their perspective. In my experience, this is the most fun with children around 5 years’ old but I have decided to give it a go with my 8-year-old step daughter. I would just like to emphasise that some of her views (especially the one about the Queen) should not be a reflection on myself of my husband **insert laughing face**. In fact, I am very certain that she has been learning about the Queen at school so I’m going to blame the school.

What is an accountant?
Is it a person who counts money or something? I think they save all the important passwords for people’s bank accounts.

What is a recruiter?
Wait, is that your job? I know this one. It’s where a person describes a job and they want a good one and you have to find them it. But they might not be good enough to get the job so, that’s it.

What job do you want and why?
(If you’ve read my teacher articles you will guess that I have tried to persuade her out of this one)
I want to be a teacher so I can shout at kids. Not just for that reason. You can learn with them too. You learn something new everyday remember. I want to make kids happy and give them treats and be organised like you used to.

If I’m not a teacher I want to be a scientist. First of all, they get paid a lot and you can find out about new things and invent new things. AND you can find cures to help things like the virus currently in China. I hope that doesn’t come here, don’t you?

If you were an employer, what would you want someone to be like at an interview?
Well, I wouldn’t want them to be quiet, they need to be like BOOM (she waved her arms in a big circle at this point – if you know what this means, maybe try it at your next job interview?) and they can’t be not focused. If they just talk about cake and unicorn and knitting patterns, we aren’t going to get anywhere are we? Oh and, they need to obviously know about the job because if they’re clueless they won’t work out for me.

What do you think the highest paid jobs are?
A footballer definitely. And, scientists, royals and lawyers. And, those people who say YOU ARE GUILTY (bangs her hand on her knee a number of times).

Which jobs don’t get paid enough?
I think Doctors and Vets. They save lives.
I asked her here how much she thinks they should be paid per year and gave her a little bit of perspective on some different salaries (including a footballer salary which she was extremely unhappy about).
I think they should be paid £100,000 per year because people think it’s easy but it’s really hard. They’re friendly and they save lives. They don’t just sit on their bums all day!

She then went on to say; whoever is in charge of money in this country is guilty. (Maybe she’ll be a judge?)

What do you think about the Government?
Who’s the government? Donald Trump? Explanation given here….
Oh ok Boris, I don’t like him. He just talks about Brexit and he’s not doing anything. He says I’ll do it and then does nothing and I’m like, just MOVE FORWARD.

What do you think about the Royal Family?
I think the Queen is savage, she sits on her throne all day! I don’t think Meghan should be treated like she does. Did you know that Kate ate an avocado when she was pregnant and when people saw Meghan eat an avocado, she got told off for it?!

I let Isabella choose her own question for me to ask her here:

What are your favourite Harry Potter quotes?
1. You’re a wizard Harry
2. It’s not Leveosahhhh its Leveosa
3. I’m going to bed before one of you two get us killed, or worse, expelled

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