We place exceptional professionals with industry leaders in the Alternative Investment and Investment Banking communities. That is our business. We have built our reputation by providing superior and personalized services to each and every one of our clients and candidates. Each member of our team has worked on Wall Street and together we have over 35 years of combined recruiting experience. We have worked with numerous investment banks, hedge funds, private equity firms, real estate funds, asset management firms and other Wall Street companies.
Integrity is the driving force behind all that we do. We know our clients and their businesses and understand the unique culture of each, along with the impact of every new hire on that culture. We take the time to get to know our candidates and our clients personally so that we can work with their best interests in mind. What sets us apart is our ability to instill in both our clients and candidates trust and confidence in our recommendations and advice.
We take pride in our long-standing relationships. We have turned candidates into clients, smaller clients into larger clients and have even staffed new funds from their inception.
We work as one team on all placements.
Among us, we have worked in a brokerage house, a boutique investment bank, a large institutional bank and a hedge fund. Combined, we have research, marketing and investment experience. The synergy of our talents creates a dynamic fit. By leveraging our individual experiences and skills, we challenge each other to think out of the box.
Our team approach provides both clients and candidates more than one point of contact, expert advice and carefully thought-out recommendations.
We have each lived the careers of both our candidates and our clients.
We have been staffing institutional, emerging and start-up funds for over 15 years and are among the first recruiters in the industry to serve this market.
Not only do we have a deep understanding of the strategies involved in developing, marketing and managing these funds, but we know the types of people who succeed in this business.
We understand that in looking for qualified candidates, intellectual horsepower, maturity and integrity also play into the mix.
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