Recruitment case study - Bank of New York Mellon

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Bank of New York Mellon is a multinational leader in investment and wealth management services with offices across the world.

A large migration project

BNY Mellon originally needed a recruitment partner to manage a large migration project as they moved several central functions from London to the North West.

Following the original project, Robert Walters contionues to act as a long term recruitment partner, recruiting for several hundred positions across many sectors including secretarial & support services, financial services, contract and permanent project management, qualified finance and accounting. Since 2005 we have used Robert Walters as one of our preferred suppliers...they are one of the few agencies that are providing the right calibre of candidate for all levels of our recruitment.

Managing the full hiring process

Since 2005 we have used Robert Walters as one of our preferred suppliers. At present they are one of the few agencies that are providing the right calibre of candidate for all levels of our recruitment.

Along with meeting several candidates and supervising the initial interview processes, Robert Walters manages all pre-employment screening for BNY Mellon candidates, including psychometric testing, credit and reference checks. 

The results

Robert Walters have recruited over 200 junior and senior management professionals for BNY Mellon, along with providing pre-employment support.

“Since 2005 we have used Robert Walters as one of our preferred suppliers. At present they are one of the few agencies that are providing the right calibre of candidate for all levels of our recruitment. We will not hesitate to use their services in the future.” Vimal Bhatt, Human Resources - Bank of New York Mellon Corporation

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