LOS ANGELES, December 18, 2014–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), a single source of leadership and talent consulting services, today announced that Noah Schwarz has joined the firm as Senior Client Partner in the Global Investment Banking & Markets Sector. Mr. Schwarz will be based out of Korn Ferry’s New York office.
Most recently, Mr. Schwarz was an Executive Search Consultant at another global firm.
Prior to his Executive Search career, Mr. Schwarz spent over five years with Goldman Sachs & Co., first covering Alternative Investments and then moving into a Global Management and Strategy team working closely with senior leaders of the firm. In this role, Mr. Schwarz was responsible for Business Selection and Conflicts Resolution across Investment Banking, Securities, Merchant Banking and Investment Management Divisions.
Mr. Schwarz also has experience in Washington, D.C., having worked both at the Securities & Exchange Commission and the United States Senate.
“Noah brings an extensive Search track record across the Financial Services Market, and will significantly expand our capabilities in Investment Banking, while also bringing additional coverage to our Asset Management and Private Equity Sectors,” said Michael Franzino, President, Global Financial Market, Korn Ferry. “His deep industry knowledge and expertise will be a great fit for our firm.”
Mr. Schwarz received his B.A. in Political Science from Colgate University where he was Student Body President and also a member of the University’s Presidential Search Committee led by the Board of Trustees.
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Source: Korn Ferry