Meet the team

Aaron Leslie

Managing Director
(0) 7525 909 610

The foundations of our everyday lives are built on good relationships. The best relationships are full of collaboration, sharing, listening, honesty, compassion, understanding and going the extra mile for someone else. Recruitment is no exception and I try and bring these characteristics to the table every day.

I have lived and worked in 5 countries and have worked in International Tax and Transfer Pricing for 15 years; and Recruitment for 12 years. I use every bit of that experience to have real conversations every single day with my clients and candidates about how I am best placed to help you find the best talent and work for the best teams and organizations, anywhere in the world.

And it helps that I love to make really great matches between my clients and my candidates! I’m pretty good at it too.

Let’s have a conversation!

My Assignments

£££ Six-figures + bonus
Are you looking for your first in-house Transfer Pricing opportunity within the financial services sector or looking to transition from your current in-house role into a more challenging and dynamic business? Are you already living and working in London – either on a visa or not – and have TP experience with M&A deals, capital markets, private equity transactions, debt/equity raising and venture ...
Market Level Competitive + Bonus
Are you a Transfer pricing Specialist ready for the next stage in your Financial Services Career? If you’re based in the UK and searching for an intellectual challenge, and an opportunity to challenge and enhance Transfer Pricing processes and policies, this role is for you!
€85k - €140k+
London, France, Germany, Spain, Scandinavia, Belgium
Do you enjoy helping multinational companies drive transparency and insight into their financial information to enable better decision making, drive efficiency, manage regulatory compliance and enable cash savings? Do you thrive in an environment that fosters lateral thinking and brings multi-disciplinary skills to the problem-solving table? Do you focus on solutions rather than the problem itsel...