Based in London, Paul Avon leads True House Partners and possesses approximately twenty-five years’ recruitment experience, gained primarily with Harrison Willis (now Hudson) where he was a senior director and latterly headed up the UK arm of a wealth management recruiter for a number of years. Paul has a demonstrable track record in several markets in particular recruitment for family offices (both single and multi) as well as trust and fiduciary/corporate services providers worldwide. He continues to execute senior level briefs in the wealth management arena, successfully placing qualified trust, accounting, legal, tax, wealth structuring/planning, business development/sales, and investment professionals. Paul’s experience spans onshore and offshore jurisdictions, including mainland UK, the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, the Middle East (with a particular emphasis on United Arab Emirates), the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Far East (including Hong Kong and Singapore). His expertise encompasses both domestic market recruitment as well as cross-border search work. True House Partners is a multidisciplinary recruitment firm. Talent is sourced for a wide spectrum of positions ranging from a Finance Director for a single family office in London, a Senior Trust Manager for a bank owned trust company in Cayman to a Managing Director for a corporate services provider in the Indian Ocean and in-house lawyer for an independent trust company in the British Virgin Islands. In addition to our recruitment services, we also undertake project work in a number of related areas including compensation surveys, management benchmarking, reference verification, psychometric testing, on-boarding, personal development plans, identification of potential acquisitions, provision of market intelligence and introduction of advisors. Outside the business, Paul is a politician. First elected in 2010 (re-elected in 2014 and again in 2018), he is a Conservative Councillor for the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and Opposition Spokesperson on Equality, Communities, and the Voluntary Sector. In addition, he is a member of the Joint Pensions Committee for the London Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond.