Landing a job in the ultra-competitive world of private-equity is a challenge, even for the most prepared candidates.
That's only been complicated by a chaotic and unpredictable 2020, in which the private-equity hiring timeline has been upended by the coronavirus pandemic, and the traditional rites of recruiting — coffee-chats, gatherings with headhunters, and fierce superdays — have been delayed instead of shifting online.
Business Insider is breaking down the confusing process with an upcoming live panel discussion on private-equity recruiting, featuring four experienced recruiters from top firms.
ET, as Business Insider's Wall Street reporter Reed Alexander moderates a panel featuring Sara Diniz, vice president in human resources, Bain Capital; James Cherubim, head of talent acquisition, The Carlyle Group; Matt Breitfelder, global head of human capital, Apollo; and Anthony Keizner, co-managing partner, Odyssey Search Partners.
These top recruiters will discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted private-equity hiring, share tips on how to make it in the industry whether you come from a target or non-target school, and take reader questions.
Reed Alexander, Sara Diniz, James Cherubim, Matt Breitfelder, Anthony Keizner
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