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1/23/2018

THE RISING STARS OF HEADHUNTING EVERYONE ON WALL STREET SHOULD GET TO KNOW

THE RISING STARS OF HEADHUNTING EVERYONE ON WALL STREET SHOULD GET TO KNOW
Banks, hamstrung by regulators on compensation and battling the stereotype of an onerous work culture, have seen

a talent flight to investing firms and Silicon Valley.
For their part, alternative-asset managers have experienced massive growth and a flood of inbound capital, requiring an ever-larger stable of investment professionals to manage the load. There's a perfect storm for hiring in private equity right now, and firms are starting their hunt for the next crop of young analysts each year .
Making the right hiring decisions has rarely been more critical. And headhunters, often unseen to the outside world, specialize in making sure C-suite execs, managing directors, and portfolio managers get it right.

After surveying finance stalwarts who regularly employ recruiting firms - as well as the upper brass of recruiting firms themselves - we've assembled a group of headhunters who have excelled at placing talent early and often in their young careers.
This list is by no means comprehensive. To be eligible, apart from sterling endorsements and a strong track record, we asked that nominees be based in or around New York City and be 40 years old or under.
Here's Business Insider's list of the top young headhunters everyone on Wall Street should know.
Hilary Wilson took a serendipitous path to finance recruiting. She studied history at Princeton University and didn’t have a clear idea of what career path she wanted — except that it needed to feature a steep learning curve and great people to work with.

A mentor at a hedge fund suggested headhunting and put her in touch with a contact at Amity Search Partners. It checked her boxes and proved the right fit, and she joined after graduation in 2013.
Since then, she’s focused primarily on recruiting young banking analysts and consultants for roles at megafund alternative asset managers. Wilson manages anywhere from 10 to 15 searches for private equity firms and hedge funds at any given time.



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