Robinhood interviews IPO bankers — Goldman analysts pitch top execs — The asset manager of the future
More than ever, asset management firms are offering advice- and technology-oriented services and positioning themselves as wide-ranging consultants."In the past, asset managers had a fairly narrow mandate: manage clients' portfolios and investments," said Andrew Schwartz, an analyst with management consultant Oliver Wyman's financial services division Celent. But as investors shift to cheaper passive products and fees come under more and more pressure, asset managers are primed to take on more of a partner relationship than one of a manager.
At a Manhattan restaurant in 2018, four
Two years after their intern dinner in New York City, the four — all of whom have since been hired full-time into the firm — joined forces and, last week, won the top prize.
Julian Salisbury, Goldman's global merchant banking division head, told Business Insider that analysts are challenged to bring an "analytical approach" to their pitches, in order to convince a senior audience that "this is going to be a good return on their investment."
Recruiters from The Carlyle Group, Apollo, and Bain Capital will break down how to get hired in private equity79283326
That's only been complicated by a chaotic and unpredictable 2020, in which the private-equity associate hiring timeline has been upended by the coronavirus pandemic, and the traditional rites of recruiting — coffee-chats, gatherings with headhunters, and fierce superdays — have been delayed instead of shifting online.Join us on Thursday, December 3, at 1 p.m. ET, as Business Insider's Wall Street reporter Reed Alexander moderates a panel featuring Sara Diniz, vice president in human resources, Bain Capital; James Cherubim, head of talent acquisition, The Carlyle Group; Matt Breitfelder, global head of human capital, Apollo; and Anthony Keizner, co-managing partner, Odyssey Search Partners.
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