Security Leadership and Management

SMR Group Names James Butler Managing Director

Security Management Resources Limited announced Monday the appointment of James A. Butler as Managing Director, responsible for delivering a broad range of strategic recruitment services in support of the company’s industry-diverse customers in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. 

 Butler, who previously served as a Senior Director for the company, will lead in the regions and oversee the company’s continued growth while continuing to work collaboratively with clients and candidates alike. 

 “James is well known and highly regarded in both the HR and Security communities and has been a huge part of our success”, said Jerry Brennan, Chief Executive of the SMR Group of Companies.  “He’s built a strong reputation in both industries as a key recruitment partner when clients want to collaborate with someone who has a keen understanding of their requirements and a strong commitment to the long-term success of their projects.  James’ personal style, integrity and dedication to service have earned him an unprecedented amount of praise from both business partners and candidates alike.” 

 Butler assumes his new role at SMR immediately and can be contacted at james@smrgroup.com

 Founded in 1997 the sole focus of Security Management Resources is, and always has been, professional and executive level positions within the security and risk management sectors, http://www.smrgroup.com

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