Hi, I’m Amy Norman, Strategic Account Manager in our financial services vertical. Like most people at Signature, I’m passionate about ensuring my clients and consultants have a great experience. Thankfully, I work in a culture that makes this possible. Our Founder & CEO, Dr. Jay Cohen, is involved in everything we do. His values of integrity, striving to do the right thing and making no excuses in serving our clients permeate the company. That’s why so many of our financial clients view us as their trusted partners.
We are proud to partner with some of the leading financial services companies in the U.S., including two of the top five. Our can-do attitude has earned us some pretty impressive numbers. Over the past five years, our Financial Services team:
– Placed over 6000 Consultants
– Consistently received 100% compliancy ratings based on client scorecards
– Generated over $500M in revenue
– Focused on the top financial services skill sets, including:
One thing that makes Signature different in the financial services arena is that our specialists are consumed with the vertical, day in and day out. We stay focused and do not cross over into other verticals.
Thanks to this steadfast attention on a singular vertical, we don’t shy away from finding niche skill sets. A lot of firms won’t invest the time and energy it takes to recruit this specialized kind of talent. But at Signature, we have a dedicated team for capital markets and wholesale banking technology professionals. This specialized approach is what sets us apart from our competitors. It also makes a valuable difference to the customers we serve.
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