Keith Mann is a specialist in hedge fund compensation, hiring strategy, and staffing. Mann has a professional expertise of over 15 years of rendering services in the executive search sector. Formerly, he was a senior employee of Dynamic Executive Search in charge of recruiting on behalf of international financial services companies. In 2002, Mann leveraged his cumulative experience and creativity to unveil an Alternative Investment Practice under Dynamic Executive Search. He established the practice after discovering that the hedge fund sector had a hugely undeserved market that was growing at a fast rate.
In 2006, he launched the practice to the private equity sector. In 2009, Keith Mann founded Dynamics Search Partners (DSP) as an innovative executive search company committed to addressing the needs of alternative investment firms. Currently, he heads DSP as the chief executive in charge of the daily management of the company. He helps his clients in recruiting talented marketing and internal strategy specialists for their current teams. Mann also helps in creating new platforms on behalf of his customers. Under his leadership, DSP delivers unparalleled services throughout the alternative investment sector in Asia, the U.S., and Europe.
Source of innovative ideas
Keith Mann obtains his ideas from his unwavering commitment to identify new markets that are underserved. He always strives to come up with ingenious strategies for interviewing candidates and hiring more workers. Mann invests in ideas that are likely to reshape the executive search industry and improve DSP’s income levels.
Keith Mann teams up with his wife, Keely Mann, to support NYPD
Keith and Keely Mann have moved to validate their unconditional support for the NYPD in relation to the numerous demonstrations and violence surrounding the New York-based police force. The couple sent an appreciation token to the 54th Street section to enhance moral instead of dwelling on the negativity that has surrounded the police force for some time. Mann stressed the need to treat the police officers with respect and appreciate the sacrifice they make in maintaining peace. Mann and his wife sent lunch to the police force twice in early 2016 – one at the beginning of January and another one on February 9.