Recruiter Adds Hedge Fund Specialist

Jan 24 2013 | 9:22am ET

Executive search firm Boyden has added a top recruiter to boost its hedge fund and financial services team.

Kate Quinn was named a partner at Boyden's New York office. A member of the firm's global financial services practice, Quinn focuses on C-level and senior executive recruitment for hedge funds, asset managers, investment banks and insurers. She recently expanded her remit to include board searches and private equity.

Quinn formerly worked at CTPartners, Westwood Partners and Options Group.

“Kate joining Boyden is a great win for our New York office and financial services practice,” said Jeanne Branthover, head of Boyden's global financial services practice, said. “She has solid relationships with many CEOs and top executives on Wall Street and throughout the industry. Companies and decision makers have tremendous confidence in her to bring the highest level of ingenuity and results.”


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