Investment Banking Labor Shortage: Not Enough Analysts, Associates To Hire

by businessinsider.com posted 1month ago 9 views
Summary List PlacementWall Street headhunter Kim Freehill has something in common with the investment-banking juniors she's tasked with hiring: exhaustion. Freehill, a senior partner at New York-based recruiting firm FSJ Partners, which works on behalf of middle-market investment banks, has never been so swamped with inquiries from clients. Banks are desperate to score more analysts and associates to help with mountains of deal work. "My workload is enormous right now," Freehill told Insider, adding that she's been pulling 12-hour days screening candidates by phone. Recently, one middle-market client contacted her to work on 15 open placements.

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