Daily Mail

Robert Walters founder to retire


ROBERT Walters will retire next month after nearly four decades in charge of the recruitmen­t giant he founded.

The entreprene­ur ( pictured) set up the eponymous company in 1985 after eight years at recruitmen­t rival Michael Page. The group has grown into one of Britain’s most prominent headhunter­s, employing more than 4,300 staff in 31 countries. He leaves on April 27, and will be replaced by Toby Fowlston, who runs the Robert Walters and Walters People global recruitmen­t brands. The announceme­nt coincided with Robert Walters revealing an alltime high pre-tax profit of £55.6m in 2022 – 11pc higher than the previous year. Its revenue hit more than £1bn after jumping by 13pc year-on-year.

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