Our London based office
HC Group was launched in 2003 in London and has been the base for the company’s broader European offering ever since. In addition to servicing clients in the local UK market, our UK team service a range of clients across the whole of continental Europe
We serve clients across global commodity industries and functions, going beyond Retained Search to include a full range of advisory services. We have just one objective in mind: finding a bespoke solution for your talent needs. Our services range from Talent & Pipeline Succession Planning and Competitive Analysis to Compensation Data & Advisory and Diversity Studies.
Anoush joined HC Group in 2013 and spearheads the Liquid Fuels and Chemicals practice in the EMEA region.
Damian Stewart is Managing Partner and co-head of HC Group.
Daniel joined HC Group in 2007 and is a Director working within the Liquid Fuels and Chemicals practice in London.
Edward Carter joined HC Group in 2014 and is the Head of Corporate Functions.
Jenita joined HC Group in 2019 as a Director working within the Gas, Power, Renewables practice in London.
Josh joined HC Group in 2021 as a Senior Associate and works within the Corporate Functions practice in London.
Laura joined HC Group in 2021 and is a Director working within the Liquid Fuels and Chemicals practice in London.
Lauren joined HC Group's Metals and Minerals team as a graduate in 2021.
Richard joined HC Group in 2020 and is the Director responsible for the Commodities Technology practice.
Rina joined HC Group in November 2019 and is an Associate working within the Metals and Minerals practice in London.
Scott joined HC Group in 2008 and leads the global Metals and Minerals practice for HC.
Shanez joined HC Group in 2020 and is an Associate working within the Liquid Fuels and Chemical practice in London.
Shannon joined HC Group in 2021 as an Associate and works within the Technology and Innovation Recruitment Practice.
William joined HC Group in 2021 as an Associate and works within the Technology and Innovation practice in London.
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Exclusive interview: Somruedee Chaimongkol, Chief Executive, Banpu
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Crude Oil Trading: The hottest seat in the energy transition with Kurt Chapman
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The Power of Biogas with John Rose
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The Not-So Super-Cycle with Ivo Sarjanovic
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The energy transition’s impact on global markets and trading
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The challenge of trade surveillance and market abuse
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The future of trade surveillance
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Talent Trends in Plant Protein
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