Constance Kassouf is a partner in the New York office and the global financial services practice. With 30 years of investment banking and search experience, she excels at helping clients and candidates navigate the competitive position of banks in a crowded market and has become a trusted advisor to leaders in the industry.
Constance serves the investment banking industry and its adjacencies such as corporate development, credit funds and companies disruptive to financial services seeking leaders from those sectors.
With a passion for diversity, equity and inclusion, Constance brings an empathetic focus on DEI to every search, having spent three decades in the financial services space.
Prior to joining Caldwell in 2012, she was a senior partner at Heidrick & Struggles and two boutiques. She worked as an investment banker at JP Morgan and Credit Suisse prior to embarking on her career in executive search.
Constance holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of management. She earned her BA at Miami University.
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Constance is passionate about supporting the community, human rights and the arts. She served as a member of the New York Committee for Human Rights Watch and was an early member of Chief, a women’s network focused on supporting women executive leaders. She is a member of Northwestern’s Kellogg Finance Network. She is active in serving her local community.
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