We Are Partnering With DAK Associates To Bring Career Opportunities To Student Participants
Insights from Steve Clark, President, DAK Associates
Steve Clark is the President of a firm that provides executive search services specifically for the financial services industry. He knows what it takes to get hired, and if you are currently looking for an internship or job, or will be in the near future, it’s worth your time to hear what he has to say. Trust us on this.
More About DAKDirect
Founded in 1979, DAK Associates is a “Top 100” retained executive search and consulting firm that exclusively serves the Financial Services community. Clients include Asset Managers (bulge-bracket & boutique), Wealth Managers, Broker-Dealers, Insurance Companies, Banks, and ancillary products and service providers in securing best-in-class professionals spanning institutional and intermediary sales, marketing, operations, investment management, and C-suite. Additionally the firm has built a cutting-edge capability in Diversity recruiting, Candidate Mapping, and Board recruiting.
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