Carol Hartman is a managing partner in our Global Financial Services practice. She previously served as the managing partner of the Financial Services Practice in North America for 4 years and positioned our platform for significant growth. Read more >
Carol Hartman is a managing partner in our Global Financial Services practice. She previously served as the managing partner of the Financial Services Practice in North America for 4 years and positioned our platform for significant growth.
Her practice focuses on asset management, regional and private banking, capital markets, risk/compliance, payments/financial tech and retirement income. She also has worked with private equity, insurance, real estate and startup companies. Carol is often retained to help clients in other industries recruit senior financial officers and board members.
With more than 20 years of retained executive search experience, Carol brings a perspective to all of her work with clients that is insightful, knowledgeable and focuses on solving larger business challenges. Before becoming an executive search consultant, she held positions with Oppenheimer's ALM Group, Kidder Peabody, Dean Witter Capital Markets and Sutro & Co. Her work at these firms provided her with a strong management background and a deep understanding of institutional fixed income and equities, corporate finance, plus investment products. This has proven valuable when consulting with clients about competitive intelligence, market trends and dynamics, positions in their companies, and search strategy.
Carol's clients have great confidence in her in-depth assessment of candidates, and her ability to align client and candidate values with cultural fit. The long-term client relationships she maintains are a testament to her reputation and dedication to quality.
Carol served on the board of advisors for both the Henry Kravis Leadership Institute and the Financial Economics Institute. She has previously served as the Alumni Association President and as a member of the board of trustees at Claremont McKenna College.
Carol has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Claremont McKenna College. < Read less
SPECIALTY PRACTICE AREAS
LOCATIONNew York | North America
San Francisco | North America
Carol Hartman: Related Material
March 2017 | Hunt Scanlon Media
Recruiters specializing in the investment function continue to report that demand for executive level ‘high impact’ investing talent is on the rise. Against that backdrop, DHR International has just been retained by the State of Alaska to lead its search for a new chief investment officer (CIO). Carol Hartman, the search firm’s managing partner of financial services North America, is leading the assignment. More >
January 2017 | eFinancial Careers
We’ve given our predictions for sell-side recruitment on Wall Street in 2017, but what about the buy-side? Here’s what recruiters and industry insiders think. More >
December 2016 | efinancial careers
What does 2017 have in store for hiring on Wall Street? Doom and gloom, boom or somewhere in between? Recruiters give their views on sell-side hiring for next year in the U.S. More >
Executive search firm DHR International has placed Joseph Cavatoni as managing director, U.S., and officer of World Gold Trust Services for the World Gold Council. The search was led by Carol Hartman, managing partner of the firm’s financial services practice in North America. More >
April 2016 | Hunt Scanlon Media
DHR International placed Russell Read as chief investment officer of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation
The search was led by Carol Hartman, managing partner of the firm’s financial services practice in North America, and partner James Schroeder. Mr. Read formerly served as CIO at CalPERS. The Alaska Permanent Fund was created by referendum in 1976 to save a portion of the state’s oil revenue for the future. In 1980, the Alaska State Legislature created the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation to manage the investments of the Permanent Fund outside of the State Treasury. More >
April 2016 | Hunt Scanlon
Sheer confidence among nearly 80 percent of female financial advisors is among the biggest factors impacting leadership, success and fulfillment in their careers, according to a recent study conducted by Edward Jones. Half of those surveyed say confidence is the single most important tool in career advancement. More >
Global executive search firm DHR International is pleased to announce the successful placement of Russell Read as Chief Investment Officer of Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, $52.4 billion sovereign wealth fund. Read will begin the new position on May 9. The search was completed by Managing Partner of the North American Financial Services Practice Carol Hartman and Partner Jim Schroeder More >
February 2016 | Efinancial Careers
DHR International's Carol Hartman, managing partner, North American Financial Services, gives her insight to dwindling Wall Street bonuses. More >