Andy Montgomery

Partner, Interim Management, Human Resources Practice

+44 (0)20 8059 4443 +44 (0)7884 262 592 [email protected]
Andy Montgomery

Meet Andy

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Andy specialises in executive interim management appointments for our Human Resources practice. Having operated on interim assignments within HR for over a decade, his strong network of senior contacts enables him to deliver on a range of opportunities for his clients within both HR, and large change programmes with a people bias. This includes functional areas such as talent, employee and industrial relations; as well as Head of and HR Director assignments.

Much of Andy’s work is focused around large-scale change including; HR operations, shared services and HRIS, as well as broader HR projects and transformation programmes.

Before joining Eton Bridge, Andy was an Associate Director for a global boutique HR recruitment firm. Prior to this, he led the client management of large managed service programmes, including one of the UK’s leading banks.

Andy has a strong focus on customer service and building long-term relationships to support HR professionals, whether they are candidates or clients. He has spent over a decade building his network and continues to strive to provide the closest fit to his clients needs as possible.

Outside of work, Andy is a keen lover of outdoor cooking, health and fitness, various sports, and enjoys completing numerous marathons, half marathons and triathlons. As an FA Level 2 football coach, Andy now spends much of his time outside of work coaching youth development teams, mentoring for the Duke of Edinburgh awards and spending time with his wife and two children.

Joined the EBP team in 2012

Proud moment

I am an FA qualified football coach and dedicate much of my time away from work to coaching grassroots football. Watching the children grow and develop as footballers and people has been hugely rewarding.

Most memorable day

My most memorable day was reaching the top of Mount Elbrus, Europe’s highest mountain, which is situated in South West Russia.
A seven day expedition which was both technically challenging and physically demanding in a very remote area of the world.