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Boutique tapes: if you want to get rich, work for Goldman Sachs

In the first edition of a four-part series, four boutique bosses reveal how they convince top fund managers to join them.

How do fund boutiques convince top fund managers to join them? 

In the first edition of our four-part video series, top executives at four leading boutiques reveal how they have enticed fund talent over the years. 

One boss highlights three factors his firm offers fund managers, which he believes are rare at bigger houses.  

Another reveals the huge amount of time he spends looking for new people. 

They add that working for a boutique can be 'brutal', however. So how can you be sure an individual is a good cultural fit for your business?  

This was recorded at Citywire’s London headquarters as part of series of discussions on the state of the industry. The event was co-chaired by Citywire executive chair Lawrence Lever and Wealth Manager online editor Dylan Lobo.

It also features:

Rob Harris, chief executive officer, Majedie Asset Management

Charles Montanaro, chairman, Montanaro Asset Management

Gavin Rochussen, chief executive officer, Polar Capital

Ed Rosengarten, head of funds, Smith & Williamson

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