Keith Mann has a long history of working in the financial staffing industry. Mr. Mann began his over 15 year career in staffing at Dynamics Executive Search, where he held the position of a managing director. As director, he recruited for financial service clients and dealt with compensation. He also came up with hiring strategies to attract top talent to firms that were the company’s clients.
Keith Mann created the alternative investment practice branch at Dynamics Executive Search in 2002. This was after he realized, that the hedge fund industry was grossly undeserved by the current financial staffing and compensation industry. It was also a rapidly growing industry at the time, whose needs were only going to grow and require more service in the future.
Mann would further enlarge this division to staff and compensate for the private equity industry. In 2009, Keith Mann left his position at Dynamics Executive Search and created his own staffing firm which he called Dynamics Executive Search. Its goal was to help the alternative investment industry find top executive talent. Keith Mann is the present CEO of Dynamics Executive Search and controls day to day operations.
What Keith Mann’s Work Day At Dynamics Executive Search Looks Like
Being a CEO and in charge of a company was a big transition for Keith Mann as he had first started out as a trading assistant for a bank. Mr. Mann said he did not like working at the foreign exchange desk and always dreamed of being his own boss and running his own business. With Dynamics Executive Search, Keith Mann has realized his lifelong career dream and ambition.
At an interview conducted by Ideamensch.com, Keith Mann has stated that his days are filled with lots of meetings with his employees as well as potential hires for clients. There is lots of communication by phone, email and in person. Keith states that constantly working to improve the business and looking for ways to meet needs is what drives him. A morning workout he says, also goes a long way to helping him on the job.