Posted On: August 2019
With an illustrious career spanning over twenty years within the capital markets field, and numerous accolades under his belt, financier Clément Perrette has amassed extensive expertise leading global finance giants. Spearheading the creation, development, and success of STRIPs within the European markets, Perrette helped to propel Barclays EUR Rates to the number one spot in terms of profitability, and customer satisfaction. Rising within the ranks of various financial juggernauts, Perrette excelled within leadership positions, acting as a Director, then a Managing Director at Barclays.
TJ Maloney is the chairman and CEO of Lincolnshire Management, a private equity firm based out of New York City that invests in lower middle-market companies across a wide array of industries. Founded in 1986, Lincolnshire takes a collaborative approach to private equity investment through extensive research and experience. Maloney joined Lincolnshire in 1993, has been on the investment committee, and is actively involved with its portfolio companies. Lincolnshire Management’s goal is to provide an operational focus that aims to find potential growth. The firm creates a tailored execution plan designed to implement projects and improve processes and systems.
Nina Vaca is the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Pinnacle Group, an award-winning workforce solutions company. She started the business out of her one-bedroom apartment 23 years ago, and her two decades of dynamic leadership have grown the company from a niche IT services firm to the workforce solutions powerhouse that it is today. Providing industry-leading workforce solutions and high-end IT services to iconic global brands, the company has been named the fastest-growing female-led business in the United States in 2015 and 2018.
One interesting career choice that still seems to be shrouded in mystery is corporate development. It certainly sounds intriguing to many leadership-prone people who are interested in a career in the corporate world. Some people assume that it comes with relaxed hours, very little hard work and a high salary. However, many people who are familiar with the career say that these professionals are underpaid for their hard work. To better determine if corporate development is the right career path, it is important to fully understand what it is, the benefits, the drawbacks and what to expect. This is Maarten De Jeu’s advice for prospective corporate development professionals.
Sustainable living is catching on, and for a good reason. The global climate crisis has come to a head. Since the industrial revolution, temperatures worldwide have skyrocketed – part of what led to the term “global warming.” However, the climate crisis is not as simple as warm temperatures worldwide.