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Kurt B. Harrison


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kurt.harrison@russellreynolds.com

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+1-212-351-2000

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+1-202-654-7800

Kurt B. Harrison


Kurt Harrison is a senior member of the firm’s Financial Services Sector. He is active across a number of different Practices, including the Board & CEO Advisory Group, Investment Management, and Global Banking and Markets. Kurt has held a number of leadership roles within the firm, including Head of the Financial Services Sector in the Americas and Global Head of the Asset and Wealth Management Practice. He specializes in providing his clients with executive assessment and succession planning advice, as well as customized solutions for their senior leadership needs.

Previous Experience


Prior to joining Russell Reynolds Associates 10 years ago, Kurt spent 20 years working within capital markets for a number of leading global banks. He held Fixed Income leadership roles with Nomura Securities International, Bank of America and Lehman Brothers across multiple global macro asset classes. Kurt began his career as an Analyst with JP Morgan.

Additional Professional Activities


Kurt serves on the Americas Council of the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC), and is active with his alma mater, the University of Virginia, where he serves as President of the Benefactors Society Board of the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, as well as on the Board of Governors of The Colonnade Club.

Education


Kurt received his B.A. in international relations from the University of Virginia.

EXPERTISE

Financial Services, Private Equity, Asset and Wealth Management, Global Banking and Markets, Board Directors and Chief Executive Officers, Risk Officers, Executive Search


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