BridgeStreet Partners Welcomes Mark Levine as Managing Director

NEW YORK, NY, AUGUST 2019 – BridgeStreet Partners is pleased to welcome Mark Levine as its newest Managing Director.

Based in the firm’s New York office, Mark specializes in recruiting senior to mid-level executives in Alternative Investments including Private Equity, Real Estate, Infrastructure, Credit and Secondaries. He recruits investment and non-investment professionals and has considerable experience is fundraising/investor relations.

With a 20-year career in executive search, Mark has extensive experience in tailoring strategies to access, vet and close on candidates that meet the unique needs of each client.  He’s recruited transformational talent; helped firms scale through team builds of up to 20+ recruits; completed in-depth market intelligence reports to evaluate and benchmark organization structures; and identified opportunities for platform extensions that have resulted in the acquisitions of firms and teams.  His clients range from large global companies to early stage firms.

Before BridgeStreet Partners, Mark was a Partner at Westwood Partners which he joined in 2008.  Previously he was at another boutique financial services executive search firm and A.T. Kearney (formerly Ray & Berndtson).

Mark was trained as a banker at JP Morgan Chase where he was an officer in both corporate workouts and commercial real estate finance. Mark then joined The Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank (now Mizuho Financial) where he eventually became Head of Commercial Real Estate Finance.

Mark earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Sociology from Clark University. He also completed The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.

About BridgeStreet Partners

BridgeStreet Partners is a boutique retained search firm founded in 2007 with locations in New York, Los Angeles, Palo Alto and Dallas.  Each Managing Directors brings over 20 years of retained search experience all with prior industry backgrounds.  We counsel our clients on recruiting and retaining outstanding and impactful leaders and help them lower the risks associated with hiring senior executives.

Sharon Stoff
Director of Research & Operations

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