Matthew Eames
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Matthew Eames

Managing Partner

As managing partner, Matthew is responsible for overseeing the growth of Eames Partnership and positioning the firm as a leader in executive search and leadership advisory within the global (re)insurance market.

With over 20 years’ experience, Matthew has advised some of the most influential leaders in the global (re)insurance and wider financial services industry on their human capital requirements, developing a strong reputation as a credible partner and subject matter expert, having begun his career as an underwriter in the London market.

Matthew takes pride in Eames Partnership’s specialist and client-centric approach, encouraging innovation to deliver a truly compelling service to clients and candidates alike.

Matthew sits on the board of our parent company, Eames Group.

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