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Caldwell Partners to acquire London-based executive search firm Hawksmoor Search

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TORONTO - Retained executive search firm The Caldwell Partners International Inc. (TSX:CWL) says it has an agreement to acquire Hawksmoor Search, a London-based executive search firm focused on the insurance industry.

The cost of the acquisition, which is expected to close by Oct. 1, was not given.

Hawksmoor Search is a boutique firm specializing in board and senior management recruitment for clients in the insurance and reinsurance markets worldwide.

"We are very excited to be joining forces with (founder) Matthew Andrews and the Hawksmoor Search team," Caldwell CEO John Wallace said Monday in a release announcing the agreement.

"This is a significant step forward for Caldwell Partners as we continue to grow our company, adding high quality teams in the areas and geographies that are important to our clients. The partnership we've had with Matthew and Hawksmoor Search for the last four years has been very successful and we couldn't be more pleased to be taking this next step forward."

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