Based in London, Paul Avon leads True House Partners and possesses approximately twenty-five years’ recruitment experience. He was a senior director with Harrison Willis (now Hudson), co-founded a legal recruitment business and led the UK arm of a wealth management recruiter. Paul has a demonstrable track record in several markets in particular recruitment for single family offices (& multi) as well as trust and corporate services providers worldwide. He is recognised in Spear's 500 Best Recruitment Consultants Index. 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, Monaco, 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 active in his local community. First elected in 2010 (re-elected in 2014 and again in 2018), he was a Councillor for the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. In addition, he sat as a member of the Joint Pensions Committee for the London Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond, a £2.7 billion fund.