HR Services


Our Resourcing team supports clients with the provision of permanent, long and short-term resources.

Overview of Resourcing Services

ICSR supports clients with the provision of permanent, long and short-term resources with a solution that ensures where clients need our support on transformational issues, we are able to help by providing a quality resourcing service. Temporary resources can be provided within or outside IR35 rules, depending on the specific needs and circumstances of the engagement.

Our Talent Pool of resources comprises senior individuals with personal experience undertaking equivalent roles in regulated insurance firms, who have the ability to quickly provide meaningful support to clients and the gravitas to engage with stakeholders at board and c-suite level.

We have a dedicated talent acquisition and management team responsible for managing our Talent Pool and assisting clients with securing the right resources, when they need them.

What We Do

We provide permanent and temporary resources to clients across a range of functions, including senior subject matter experts, project and programme management, across all of our service areas, including:

  • Management
  • Risk
  • Operations
  • Compliance
  • IT & Digital
  • Governance and Company Secretarial
  • HR Services
  • Actuarial services

Key Contacts:

If you would like to know more about the way we could help your firm, please speak with one of our HR specialists.

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