Hunt Scanlon 2019 Private Equity Conference
New York City. May 1, 2019
Private equity firms are in a bidding war for top talent – and those moving decisively for the right leadership are winning. Hunt Scanlon Media is convening 300 private equity leaders, chief talent officers and executive recruiters at the Harvard Club in New York on May 1, 2019 to explore the link between talent and value. They examine why success in the PE community – long synonymous with value creation – is now tied inextricably to talent.
‘Private Equity Recruiting: Linking Talent to Value’ will include leaders from across the field, including: Chris Gagnon, senior partner at McKinsey & Company; Annmarie Neal, chief talent officer at Hellman & Friedman; Mercedes Chatfield-Taylor, private equity lead at Caldwell; Jonathan Korngold, managing director at General Atlantic; John Marshall, CEO of JM Search; Kenna Baudin, head of U.S. private equity at Egon Zehnder; Bob Llamas, operating partner – private equity at Blackstone; George Davis, managing director at Davis Partners; Ted Bililies, chief talent officer of AlixPartners; Lori Sabet, CHRO at The Carlyle Group; Susan Levine, head of talent at Bain Capital; Patrick Allen, head of executive staffing at Cerberus Operations & Advisory Company; Ben Holzemer, global head of human capital at TPG; Alan Guarino, vice chairman at Korn Ferry; Louis Eccleston, CEO at TMX Group Ltd.; Glenn Stevens, partner talent management & David Sambur, senior partner at Apollo Global Management; and others.
Hunt Scanlon Media invites you to come learn how the private equity community is reimagining how they recruit, develop, manage, engage and retain 21st century talent.
Join their exclusive network of 300 private equity leaders, chief talent officers and executive recruiters on May 1, 2019 at the prestigious Harvard Club of New York. Their thought-provoking presentations and Q&A sessions exploring talent management is a must-attend event. Their formal sessions will include continental breakfast, a mid-morning networking break, a pre-lunch champagne reception and a delicious main course served in the grand Harvard Hall.
Harvard Club of New York City,
35 West 44th Street, NY 10036