London, UK, 11th April 2016 / Sciad Newswire / The RSA Group, the world’s largest Talent Consultancy in Life Science, is extending its US operation with a new office in Kendall Square, at the heart of the largest biotech cluster in the USA. With growing demand in Boston for its Proof of Candidate™ decision-support method, the move puts RSA closer to a major hub of its US clients and provides more operational space. The expansion also reflects its productive link with Heritage Partners International, which entered its second year in 2016.

At the same time, RSA is also taking on larger London offices, with facilities to support similar growth in the UK and across mainland Europe.

CEO, Chris Molloy said “Life Sciences’ leaders are engaging strongly with our evidence-based approach to critical Talent-sourcing decisions. Our global teams and partners are working onsite with more clients every day, providing expert due diligence and talent advice. Our new facilities reflect the growth of our business and the instant access to our people which our clients deserve.”

RSA’s new locations are:

United States 
245 First St., 18th Floor. Cambridge, MA 02142

Green Park House, 15 Stratton Street, London, W1J 8lQ


For further information, contact:

Chris Molloy
Tel:+ 44 (0) 20 3818 8841

Richard Anderson 
Sciad Communications 
+44 (0) 79 7395 0376

RSA is the world’s largest Talent Consultancy in Life Sciences, advising on the selection, assessment and onboarding of Board and Senior Executive Talent. We specialise in performing due diligence on Talent helping you make Better Decisions for Better People. We do this by using a unique Proof of Candidate™ approach which is based on evidence and in-depth comparative analysis. With offices in USA, UK, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Turkey, Singapore and China we are large enough to be global but small enough to remain focussed on you. For more information please visit us at

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