• Investment Banking & Finance

    Recruiting investment bankers has been a core competency of Whitney Partners and its predecessor since the firm was founded more than twenty-five years ago. Whitney's Investment Banking practice has recognized expertise in all areas of investment banking, with particular strength in every sector of corporate finance.
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  • Capital Markets

    Whitney's Capital Markets consultants place derivatives and cash professionals in sales, trading, origination, syndication, structuring, quantitative risk management & research positions, strategy. Whitney's consultants have direct industry experience, which enables them to understand sophisticated trading techniques, products and services.
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  • Alternative

    Whitney’s Alternative Investments practice covers Private Equity, Hedge Funds & Real Estate. We partner with leading investors & fund managers, providing exceptional search advisory across a broad range of strategies, fund sizes & roles. Our research-driven focus allows our clients to benefit from invaluable strategic advice.
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  • Private Equity & Corporate Coverage

    Whitney recruits executive talent for portfolio companies that are in the public or private arena as well as for distressed investments. We search for C-level talent and their leadership teams in general management, marketing & sales, human resources, finance, information technology, operations and distribution.
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Whitney Partners Executive Search

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Job Cuts Continue on Wall Street

Jan. 9, 2013 (Bloomberg) -- Morgan Stanley, the sixth-largest U.S. bank by assets, plans to cut about 1,600 jobs from its investment bank in coming weeks, a person familiar with the matter said. Whitney Partners President Gary Goldstein speaks with Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)


Goldstein: Bank Job Cuts Fuel Middle Market Firms

July 20, 2012 (Bloomberg) -- Whitney Group president Gary Goldstein talks with Bloomberg's Betty Liu about job cuts on Wall Street, consolidation of firms, shrinking compensation and where those out of work can look for employment. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)


Whitney's Goldstein on Wall Street Compensation

Feb. 3, 2012 (Bloomberg) -- Gary Goldstein, president of Whitney Group, talks about Wall Street compensation and changes in the financial-industry labor market. Goldstein speaks on Bloomberg Television's "InBusiness With Margaret Brennan. (Source: Bloomberg)


Whitney's Goldstein Interview on Banker Bonuses

January 17, 2012 :: CNBC :: Gary Goldstein, President of Whitney Partners, discusses decreasing compensation trends at bulge bracket firms and a shift in the location of wealth creation opportunities on Wall Street on CNBC’s “Power Lunch.”


Wall Street Hiring, Compensation

Nov. 14, 2011 (Bloomberg) -- Gary Goldstein, president of Whitney Group, talks about Wall Street compensation and hiring. Goldstein speaks with Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack" (Source: Bloomberg)


Whitney's Goldstein Interview on Banker Bonuses

Feb. 8, 2011 (Bloomberg) -- Gary Goldstein, president of Whitney Group, talks about banker bonuses and the compensation policies at financial institutions. Goldstein speaks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg)


Pink Slips, Financial Blues

March 24, 2008 Wall Street has slashed tens of thousands of jobs so far this year, with Gary Goldstein, Whitney Group; Jay Gaines, J Gains LLC and CNBC's Bill Griffeth.


“A Deal Maker Tries to Tune Up UBS’s Investment Bank”

“Nobody says Ferrari doesn’t make cars or is too small to exist,” says Andrea Orcel with a fiery Roman passion that seems out of place at a staid Swiss bank like UBS. Since Mr. Orcel, a career deal maker, was named sole chief executive of UBS’s investment bank two years ago, he has been on a tear, cutting costs, reining in the use of capital and pushing his dispirited troops to win more merger and initial public offering business. In short, he has been on a mission to transform UBS’s sprawling and unfocused investment bank into a financial powerhouse despite UBS’s desire to limit its scope as the bank shifts its resources elsewhere. “This has never been about making money for Andrea,” said Gary Goldstein, president of the Whitney Group, a New York executive recruiter. “He has always been a successful banker and he has always made a lot of money. For Andrea, it is about building and sitting on top of something very significant, much like Jamie Dimon does today.”




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