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CFA Society New York 2017
Midyear Investment Professional Employment Outlook

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5:58: OPENING REMARKS

Chris Cutler, CFA, Vice Chairman, CFA Society New York


6:00: KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Tom Wilson, Head of Talent Acquisition, OppenheimerFunds


6:15: PANEL

Moderator
Dan Butcher, Editor, eFinancialCareers

Panelists
Matt Jabinsky, Senior Recruiter, Lord Abbett
John Mazzei, Managing Partner, Rand Thompson Consultants
Chad Astmann, Partner and Head of Asset Management, Heidrich & Struggles
Kris Haber, Chief Operating Officer, Advent Capital Management, LLC
Steve Gold, Partner, Green Key Resources


7:30: CLOSING KEYNOTE

Joseph Healey, Senior Client Partner, Private Markets, Korn Ferry


7:45: CLOSING REMARKS

Daniel Dagen, CFA, CEO, CFA Society New York


7:50: NETWORKING RECEPTION


8:30: ADJOURNMENT

CFA Society New York 2017 Midyear Investment Professional Employment Outlook will tackle various issues including job hunting strategies, common pitfalls in interviewing and how to avoid them, as well as effective interaction with internal HR personnel and agency recruiters. The outlook will also elaborate on compensation negotiation in a tactful manner and offer insightful tips on how to navigate mid-career changes.  Finally, the expert senior investment industry executive recruiters and HR executives from leading search and financial services firms will not only provide color on the current hiring trends within the industry, but also their expectations during the next three to six months.

 Date

Thursday, August 24th, 2017
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm


Location

CFA Society New York
1540 Broadway Suite 1010
New York, NY


Fees

Members | $15
Nonmembers | $45

2017 Midyear Investment Professional Employment Outlook

August 24th | 6-8:30pm

Agenda

5:58: OPENING REMARKS

Chris Cutler, CFA, Vice Chairman, CFA Society New York


6:00: KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Tom Wilson, Head of Talent Acquisition, OppenheimerFunds


6:15: PANEL

Moderator
Dan Butcher, Editor, eFinancialCareers

Panelists
Matt Jabinsky, Senior Recruiter, Lord Abbett
John Mazzei, Managing Partner, Rand Thompson Consultants
Chad Astmann, Partner and Head of Asset Management, Heidrich & Struggles
Kris Haber, Chief Operating Officer, Advent Capital Management, LLC
Steve Gold, Partner, Green Key Resources


7:30: CLOSING KEYNOTE

Joseph Healey, Senior Client Partner, Private Markets, Korn Ferry


7:45: CLOSING REMARKS

Daniel Dagen, CFA, CEO, CFA Society New York


7:50: NETWORKING RECEPTION


8:30: ADJOURNMENT

Date

Thursday, August 24th, 2017
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Location

CFA Society New York
1540 Broadway Suite 1010
New York, NY

Fees

Members | $15
Nonmembers | $45

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CFA Society New York 2017 Midyear Investment Professional Employment Outlook will tackle various issues including job hunting strategies, common pitfalls in interviewing and how to avoid them, as well as effective interaction with internal HR personnel and agency recruiters. The outlook will also elaborate on compensation negotiation in a tactful manner and offer insightful tips on how to navigate mid-career changes.  Finally, the expert senior investment industry executive recruiters and HR executives from leading search and financial services firms will not only provide color on the current hiring trends within the industry, but also their expectations during the next 3 to 6 months.

Matt Jabinsky, Senior Recruiter, Lord Abbett
John Mazzei, Managing Partner, Rand Thompson Consultants
Chad Astmann, Partner and Head of Asset Management, Heidrich & Struggles
Kris Haber, Chief Operating Officer, Advent Capital Management, LLC
Steve Gold, Partner, Green Key Resources
Joseph Healey, Senior Client Partner, Private Markets, Korn Ferry
Tom Wilson, Head of Talent Acquisition, OppenheimerFunds

Moderator
Dan Butcher, Editor, eFinancialCareers

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CFA Society New York 2017 Midyear Investment Professional Employment Outlook will tackle various issues including job hunting strategies, common pitfalls in interviewing and how to avoid them, as well as effective interaction with internal HR personnel and agency recruiters. The outlook will also elaborate on compensation negotiation in a tactful manner and offer insightful tips on how to navigate mid-career changes.  Finally, the expert senior investment industry executive recruiters and HR executives from leading search and financial services firms will not only provide color on the current hiring trends within the industry, but also their expectations during the next 3 to 6 months.

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