Judson Partners is a boutique retained executive search firm specializing exclusively in the financial services industry. We are owned and operated by our partners, who personally believe in putting our clients’ needs above all else.
Founded in 2016, our partnership is an experienced team of dedicated search consultants who have successfully served a broad spectrum of financial services clients, including banks, securities firms, asset and wealth management firms, hedge funds, private equity and venture capital firms, real estate firms, insurance companies, specialty finance companies, and a variety of diversified financial services organizations, including financial technology and business services firms.
Our search engagements include chief executive, chief operating officer, and other C-suite roles, ranging from senior line of business leaders to functional leaders in finance & administration, risk, legal & compliance, human resources, sales & marketing, technology, and operations.
Deeply understanding our clients’ needs and objectives is of paramount priority to us and enables us to solve critical human capital needs efficiently and effectively.
We invest the time to truly understand our clients’ businesses, listen to their needs, preferences, and priorities, and create a true partnership characterized by open, direct, and honest dialogue throughout the search process.
Our clients benefit from the collective experience of our partners, all of whom have spent their entire careers in the financial services industry. Domain knowledge and market credibility allow us to access top talent successfully and differentiate each client engagement in the marketplace compellingly.
Judson Partners, a boutique executive search firm focused exclusively on the financial services industry, has changed its name to Capitus Associates. Capitus now has six equity partners, each with distinct subsector and functional expertise, and has completed search engagements with a premier list of banks, asset management firms, alternative investment firms and family offices. The
Even with strong demand, the wealth management industry is having trouble attracting and retaining top performers, especially younger talent. For every eight advisors that retire, in fact, only three are trained to replace them, according to one study. “It has never been more important to build a pipeline of next generation advisors, but Millennials generally