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David Barrett Partners continues to be active in senior investment and wealth management leadership hires.


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  1. David Barrett Partners publishes Recruiting in a Virtual World, a guide to success in hiring during the pandemic

    As we continue to navigate the challenges and complexities of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Marcus Hanbury, a London-based Partner at David Barrett Partners, explores the ongoing opportunities and challenges presented by running a recruitment process using video conferencing technology. This paper considers the pandemic’s impact on the recruitment process for both candidates and clients alike and offers helpful insight on how to ensure the virtual recruitment process delivers the right outcome for all parties.

    Details in Press Release with PDF of "Recruiting in a Virtual World" October 28, 2020
  2. Elizabeth Havens moderates Perspectives panel on advancing diversity in the asset management industry

    David Barrett Partners and KKR are co-sponsoring a Perspectives panel on Wednesday, October 28th focusing on advancing diversity in the asset management industry. Featured speakers are Jane Dietze (Brown University Investment Office), Kate Mitchell (Scale Venture Partners), Bola Osakwe (KKR) and Alexandra Nee (McKinsey & Co.). David Barrett Partners’ Elizabeth Havens will be moderating the discussion.

    Details in News Item October 22, 2020
  3. Bryn Mawr College hires Brooke Jones as its first Chief Investment Officer

    Brooke Jones was named the first Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr College, where she will be responsible for managing the college's $888 million endowment. She will join the Bryn Mawr, PA-based women's college in mid-October from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, where she served as managing director of investments. David Barrett Partners executed the search.

    Details in Institutional Investor September 16, 2020
  4. Future Fund hires Genevieve Murray as Head of Listed Equities

    Future Fund, Australia's A$205.4bn sovereign wealth fund, named Genevieve Murray as its Head of Listed Equities, where she will lead the equities portfolio and continue to develop the fund's overall investment program. Murray will join Future Fund from AMP Capital, where she serves as Head of Australian Equities, and will report to David George, Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Public Markets.

    Details in Pensions & Investments August 25, 2020
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