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2020 Asset & Wealth Management Projects

By Ridgeway News

Investments

Director of Investments
Director of Fundamental Research
Emerging Markets Small Cap Team
Healthcare Portfolio Manager (2)
Senior High Yield Analyst
Board Member (3)
Equity Analyst

Distribution

Head of Intermediary Marketing
Head of National Accounts
Head of Offshore Sales
Head of Distribution
Head of Retail Marketing
Institutional Sales Director (2)
Director of Sales, RIA/Family Office/Private Bank
Group Vice President, Regional Market Leader (PWM)

Infrastructure

General Counsel (2)
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Administrative Officer
Chief Human Resources Officer (2)

FinTech

Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Revenue Officer (2)
Chief Data and Analytics Officer
Senior Vice President, Sales
Board Chair
Board Member (2)

Commitment to Excellence

99%

Completion Rate

37%

Diversity

85%

Stick Rate

Ridgeway Partners’ asset and wealth management team draws on decades of experience to identify and place talented leaders for global asset managers, investment boutiques, family offices, endowments and foundations, and private wealth managers.

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M: (857) 366 3133
kevin.mckeon@ridgewaypartners.us

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M: (617) 515 6636
cathy.whitehouse@ridgewaypartners.us

T: (617) 279 0596
M: (781) 443 4915
jessica.cushman@ridgewaypartners.us

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M: (617) 694 7656
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Michael D. Fitzgerald joins Ridgeway Partners

By Ridgeway News

Few things are more cringe-worthy for CEO’s and heads of HR alike than churning a “rock star” executive only a few months after they’ve come on board.  Given the extraordinary amount of time and expense associated with recruiting an executive hire, this kind of departure hurts the business and the bottom line in painful ways.

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Onboarding Executive Talent for Lasting Success

By Insights

Few things are more cringe-worthy for CEO’s and heads of HR alike than churning a “rock star” executive only a few months after they’ve come on board.  Given the extraordinary amount of time and expense associated with recruiting an executive hire, this kind of departure hurts the business and the bottom line in painful ways.

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