Julie Zuckerberg The Recruiter

Julie Zuckerberg is the Executive Talent Acquisition Leader at the Deutsche Bank. She studied philosophy at City University of New York-Brooklyn College. Julie collaborates with business leaders, commercial and private wealth clients, Global Technology and Operations, and Asset Management to spearhead recruitment process improvements and regional talent acquisition strategies. She has worked at Deutsche Bank since April 2014. Her position in the Bank involves material risk taking and key function stakeholders. She gives leadership advice to executive committees regarding hiring governance and the best recruitment practices to increase engagement and proficiency in attracting diverse and top talent pipelines.

 

Julie also managed to do some major recruitment in her previous position as vice president and Executive Recruiter at Deutsche Bank. She partnered with Business Partners and Hiring Managers to spearhead full-cycle recruitment for the posts of Director and Managing Director. She consulted with hiring managers to identify the most appropriate sourcing strategies such as search agency, firm engagement, internal mobility, direct sourcing, and networking means. Julie manages business relationships with contract governance in conjunction with external search companies and other organizations to come up with high quality and diverse candidate pools.

 

Julie Zuckerberg also worked at Citi as the Vice President and an Executive Recruiter from October 2007 to November 2013. She sourced for talent all over the world and engaged candidates from other parts of the world as she managed international relocating issues and the expatriate process while at this firm. Julie claims that only the qualified and talented candidates should qualify for the respective positions. Large companies and organizations always put their trust on her to provide them with the most qualified staff. Julie has led to the employment of many candidates ranging from high ranking positions to minor ones with her experience in the recruitment sector.

 

Julie believes that talent and skills can be found anywhere in the world and that is why she always go international when looking for candidates., Julie Zuckerberg is responsible for solving workplace conflicts and ensuring the employees get their legal rights. Julie always ensures that she walks the new employees through their new work benefits, opportunities, and working conditions. She has been serving as a link between clients and employees. Julie has deployed some recruitment methods such as direct sourcing, internet search, employee referrals, and social media. She also advises hiring managers on how to come up with job specifications for particular positions.

 

Busy Year ahead for CCOs like Helane Morrison as they expect More Regulations in 2016

CCO groups note that members are gearing up for more scrutiny in 2016. This comes despite of the SEC officials saying that they have not changed their perception on chief compliance officers working in money management firms. According to compliance experts, institutional investors should pay more attention to their own due diligence.

The role of a compliance officer is to identify risks and lead an organization’s response. The regulators do not plan to change the roles of compliance officers. However, according to Deborah Prutzman, the CEO of the Regulatory Fundamentals Group LLC, the regulators are becoming more willing to enforce failures in order to have their expectations met. There have been high-status cases in 2015 that underscores this fact.

In June 2015, SFX Financial Advisory Management Enterprise Inc as well as its compliance officer were charged by SEC. According to the regulator, there was failure to implement the set policies to hinder misappropriation of client assets, filing a misstatement in a Form ADV filing, and failing to carry out annual reviews. CCO Mason paid $25,000 while SFX paid $150,000 to settle the charge.

Andrew Ceresney, SEC Enforcement Director noted that there was no doubt about the professional judgment of a chief compliance officer. Instead, actions have only been taken on cases that involve failure to create and implement such policies. He said this to the National Society of Compliance Professionals in November while addressing compliance officers’ concerns. In addition, Ceresney said that they consider the facts as well as fairness in each case, although many cases involved CCOs that had engaged in clear misconduct.

According to him, SEC charges CCOs when they directly engage in a conduct that hurts investors. He also added that the enforcement actions should act as a support to CCO’s role within a firm.

Ms. Barr, president of the Investment Advisors Association, is of a contrary opinion. According to her, the anxiety levels are going up in terms of attracting the brightest to be compliance officers. As much as her fear is valid, in my view, the chief compliance officer field still attracts the best.

Helane L. Morrison is a former head of the San Francisco SEC office where she worked from 1997 to 2007. She carried out various duties that include securities enforcement, regulatory matters, and litigation in her capacity, as the district administrator, and later, as regional director.

Currently, Morrison is a managing director, chief compliance officer and general counsel of Hall Capital Partners. She is also a core member of the company’s executive committee. Morrison has extensively practiced law for over ten years. She got a J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.

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