As one of the North West’s two core cities, Liverpool is one of the region’s principal economic drivers, boasting some of the most dynamic parts of the economy – finance and banking, digital technology and professional services.
Sellick Partnership Liverpool, located at the heart of the city, specialises in offering a professional and impartial service to finance professionals across Liverpool City Centre, Merseyside, Cheshire and North Wales. As a business we have been immersed in the Merseyside area since 2002. The dedicated team of consultants provide a full finance and accountancy service to a diverse range of commercial businesses within the area, from SMEs to blue chips, as well as public sector and not for profit organisations.
Headed up by Group Director, Ray Wareing, who has worked at Sellick Partnership since its establishment in 2002, and managed by Abigail Day, together they have a combined experience of over 25 years working in financial recruitment within the North West.
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Working in Liverpool
Liverpool is one of the UK’s largest cities, sitting at the centre of the Merseyside economic area and renowned as a Financial Services centre of excellence. The banking, finance and insurance sectors are one of the fastest growing areas of Liverpool's economy, with industry leaders Barclays, JPMorgan, Abbey National, Alliance & Leicester, Royal Bank of Scotland Group and the Bank of Ireland having offices in the city.
With a working population of 1.5 million, and with over 6.2 million people living within an hour’s drive time of the area, companies locating in Liverpool have access to a large pool of talent in addition to well-developed links to the rest of the United Kingdom. London is extremely accessible at only 2 hours away by train and professionals are able to enjoy high quality rail connections to all regional cities including Manchester and Birmingham.
Liverpool offers highly competitive business costs which make the city highly attractive for investment, and has experienced a cultural rejuvenation in the last decade and earning the title of 2008’s European City of Culture – cementing its reputation as a fantastic place to visit, live and work.