CurzonTrinitas Strengthens Team by Appointing Robbie Paterson as Partner

Wednesday 8th June 2016

CurzonTrinitas is delighted to announce the appointment of Robbie Paterson as a Partner of the firm.

Prior to joining CurzonTrinitas, Robbie Paterson served as Partner at Korn Ferry where he led the successful placement of CEOs, MDs and other C-suite roles for many well-known businesses across the renewable energy, utilities and infrastructure sectors in the UK and internationally. His experience includes extensive work in the Middle and Far East, Australasia, North America and Continental Europe.

Managing Partner, Jane Christopherson, expressed the importance of his appointment in broadening the scope of sector coverage within CurzonTrinitas and commented: “Robbie brings with him a wealth of expertise working at the highest levels within power, utilities and renewables, which complements our established footprint in the energy and infrastructure sectors.” 

“As the energy and infrastructure sectors restructure away from traditional models of ownership and investors drive the evolution towards Real Asset clusters, businesses are looking for creative and experienced leadership.  Robbie not only brings a track record in this area, but also a flexible, client-first approach, which lies at the heart of the CurzonTrinitas offering in executive recruitment,” Jane added.

Robbie commented, “CurzonTrinitas’ long-established track record in the energy and infrastructure world makes for a natural fit with my own experience, but equally important for me is their thoughtful and creative approach to executive search. I relish the opportunity of combining our skills to bring a truly superlative level of service to our clients.”    

Prior to his search career, Robbie Paterson spent six years at Bain & Company where he advised on a diverse range of assignments across a wide variety of industries, including energy, for many FTSE 100/Fortune 500 firms. He began his career at Exeter Venture Partners, a New York-based private equity firm specializing in mezzanine co-financing of small to medium-sized enterprises in North America.



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The EIC has appointed Stuart Broadley as new CEO

Monday 21st March 2016

CurzonTrinitas conducted the search for the new CEO and upon Stuart’s appointment EIC Chairman Paul Mitchell said “Stuart’s wealth of energy experience and successful track record in service excellence give him the ideal skillset to lead the EIC and to support our members. We’re delighted to have him on board.”

CurzonTrinitas to support Auditory Verbal uk

Tuesday 15th December 2015

The Partners at CurzonTrinitas are delighted to announce that we have elected to support Auditory Verbal uk as our charity for the year.

Auditory Verbal uk is a national charity which teaches deaf babies and children to listen and speak, so that they can achieve their full potential in life.

Managing Partner Chris Campbell said “Without the help of Auditory Verbal uk our own daughter Alice and son Oliver, both of whom were born profoundly deaf, would not face such a bright future; one where their hearing disability will be no barrier and one where their futures will be everything we ever hoped for”

Claire Campbell, Chair of Trustees of Auditory Verbal uk and Finance Manager of CurzonTrinitas said “Auditory Verbal uk is a little charity with great ambitions.  For me, it’s summed up in one thing: expectation. The average deaf child today doesn’t get 5 GCSEs (A-C), despite deafness not affecting a child’s cognitive ability.  Most deaf children start school over 2 years behind their hearing peers in terms of speech and language and are unlikely to catch that up without specialist support, particularly in large, noisy classrooms.

Auditory Verbal uk works with parents, children and professionals, to ensure that deaf children make the best possible use of their hearing aids and cochlear implants and can, as Alice and Ollie prove every day, keep up with their friends at school.  It provides therapy to individuals and is training teachers and support workers to understand how deaf children learn best.  It’s an exciting charity to be involved in and one I am supremely proud of. A huge thank you on their behalf

A short video on Auditory Verbal uk's work can be found here.

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