James L. Schroeder
James Schroeder serves as partner and is responsible for developing and managing relationships within the financial services sector. Read more >
James Schroeder serves as partner and is responsible for developing and managing relationships within the financial services sector. In this capacity, he is responsible for leading teams in the successful execution and completion of senior-level executive search assignments. He has more than 15 years of retained executive search experience serving clients in the Financial Services sector across all functional disciplines, including C-level and Board of Director roles. As an advisor and partner to senior management in all areas of human capital management, Jim serves private and publicly-held firms in Global Banking and Financial Markets, Asset Management, Insurance, Real Estate and Private Equity.
Prior to re-joining DHR International, Jim was an independent consultant to several global organizations. During this period he was retained by a range of clients including global strategy consulting firm, global insurance organization, global hedge fund, and a multi-billion U.S. foundation. As a consultant to senior management, Jim completed projects in executive search, compensation analysis, competitive/industry benchmarking, and organizational analysis.
Jim has dedicated his career to helping clients identify, attract and retain talent. He began his executive search career in 1990 with a Chicago-based search firm. He was then recruited to the world's largest retained search firm as a senior associate in 1995 where he executed searches for the Managing Director and Global Practice Leader. Prior to joining DHR International, Jim served as Practice Leader for a prominent global retained executive search firm where he was he was based in NYC and Chicago.
Jim received a B.A. in Business and a B.A. in Spanish from Augustana College, Rock Island, IL. < Read less
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LOCATIONChicago | North America
New York | North America
James L. Schroeder: Related Material
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 >
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 >
September 2015 | Bloomberg Business
Harvard University’s endowment, the largest in the world, had the worst performance of any of the eight Ivy League schools in 2013. Its chief executive officer at the time, Jane Mendillo, got the biggest raise. More >
February 2014 | Money Management Executive
The financial industry has accumulated a series of black eyes in recent years, for everything from the role that mortgage-backed securities played in the Great Recession to the scandal over LIBOR, and mutual fund and ETF managers and providers haven’t escaped the damage. Because the causes of the financial crisis were broad, so, too, has been the fallout – and asset managers have much to do to attract the top young talent they need to support social media and other tech developments that are now so important to their business. More >
February 2012 | White Papers
DHR surveyed and reported on a total of 118 endowments and foundations, representing a total market value of $420.9 billion. Assets under management range from $800m to $32 billion, with the median fund size of $3.5 billion. Seventy five percent of respondent had assets under management of $1-5 billion. The study found marked difference in compensation, asset allocation and investment performance when compared by fund type and size. Average compensation for CIO’s is roughly equal between endowments and foundations, though endowments have a more extreme compensation range. More >