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Selby Jennings to Partner with Financial Women's Association

Posted on July 2020

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Radical innovation, competition, and regulation continues to disrupt the financial sector. The pressure for banking and financial services firms to find talent has never been greater. As banks, insurers, and asset managers grapple with significant change, they need to secure the right people to move forward…with confidence.

Selby Jennings is proud to partner with the Financial Women’s Association (FWA)on an upcoming webinar, “Helping Solve the Number One Challenge – Talent”. Taking place on Tuesday, August 11th, this webinar will feature our Selby Jennings leadership, as they discuss the latest trends in the financial services job market and offer insight on addressing challenges and opportunities across the industry.

“While many businesses are struggling to navigate these turbulent times, we have taken a forward thinking, data driven approach to seek out the hot markets that are still thriving during the pandemic,” says Kareem Bakr, Executive Director of Selby Jennings New York. “Being evenly hedged across eight core market specialisms, we’re able to speak to a wide variety of industry insights and show business leaders where to find quality talent, while also helping exceptional candidates find their next job. We are extremely excited to partner with FWA and look forward to a productive Webinar.”

Bakr will host the webinar alongside Jack Trudeau, Executive Director – Preferred Partnership Program, and Allison Idarraga, VP – Strategic Client Advisor at Phaidon International, the parent company of Selby Jennings.

Join our leaders as they discuss following topics which are shaping the future of work and affecting the hiring process:

  • Job confidence index

  • Economic outlook and job security

  • Hiring opportunities and trends

  • Job potential across the financial services industry

Jack Trudeau comments on the future partnership with FWA, “This is the first in a series of partnerships we are planning with the FWA and we are very excited to help the current and future female leaders of tomorrow help navigate this tumultuous market. Diversity and Inclusion has never been a more important topic and it is an area we champion both internally through our own hiring and HR practices as well as at all the clients we support.”

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