Cpl Resources subsidiaries join forces to form to Cpl UK

The UK-based subsidiaries of global talent provider Cpl Resources – Clinical Professionals, RIG Healthcare and Cpl Specialist Talent – have rebranded under the Cpl UK banner.

Affi Khan will remain in place as CEO of Cpl UK for the technology and healthcare sectors and Yvette Cleland will also stay as CEO of Cpl Life Sciences, while also expanding its offering into professional services.

According to a company statement, having a UK-focused infrastructure “will allow us to enhance our partnerships with our customers in navigating a complex and uncertain landscape considering the Covid-19 pandemic, Brexit and upcoming IR35 regulatory changes in the private sector”. 

This will include UK-based finance, HR and legal teams led by Glen Hall, who steps into the role of CFO for Cpl UK, and compliance, commercial and payroll teams led by Jamie Bushell, as COO of Cpl UK.

The company says the rebrand will continue to “seamlessly provide a host of talent solutions to customers across the UK, which will include an array of flexible, contingent, and permanent talent solutions”.

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