Meet the team: Client Team

Mike Ogilvie

Mike Ogilvie

Sales Director

Over the last 15 years’ Mike has won and delivered retained C-suite search assignments for the largest organisations in financial services. He is particularly knowledgeable in the requirements of regulatory, AML and leadership remits. Mike is an expert at building and managing relationships in the market and prior to joining RFS he has built two successful search boutiques.

Helen Wilson

Helen Wilson

Client Partner

Helen has specialised in the financial services sector for more than 5 years’. She has worked closely with large organisations undergoing high profile programmes, supporting them with the capability and resources required to best manage change. Helen is very client focused, matching a consultative approach with a determination to achieve a high standard of results.

Terry Flewers

Terry Flewers

Client Partner

Terry has 11 years’ financial services experience working for one of the largest global banks. His areas of specialism include operational management, complaints management, remediation, retail banking leadership & international private banking. He joins RFS to grow the brand in the UK Banking market.

Kim McInally-Buckley

Kim McInally-Buckley

Client Partner

Kim is a recruitment and resourcing specialist who has delivered large projects up to 700 FTE. For over 5 years’ Kim has worked in financial services and utilities with particular experience in regulatory change and transformation. She has managed strategic accounts and is used to developing solutions tailored to clients’ business and commercial objectives.

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