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First Analysis Account Brief
Founded in 1981, Chicago-based First Analysis has a 30-year record of serving emerging growth companies, established industry leaders, and institutional investors in its focused areas of domain expertise, both through its private growth-equity activities and through First Analysis Securities Corp. (FASC), which provides investment banking services and institutional equity research. FASC is a FINRA-registered broker-dealer and member SIPC.
First Analysis Recent News Mentions
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Executives and decision-makers at First Analysis
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Howard Smith Managing Director
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Frank Sparacino VP At First Analysis Corp.
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Corey Greendale Senior Vice President
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Larry Berlin Vice President
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Matthew Kelly Vice President, Institutional Sales
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Howard Smith Managing Director
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Douglas Hopek VP, Technology Investment Banking
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Dave Leshuk Managing Director
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Tom Swann Vice President, Equity Sales
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Connectors at First Analysis
Executives can be difficult to reach, but every company has connectors who bring together people and ideas. At First Analysis, people like Howard Smith, and Matt Nicklin are likely connectors.
Howard Smith Managing Director
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Matt Nicklin Managing Director, Head Of Investment Banking
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Corey Greendale Senior Vice President
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Larry Berlin Vice President
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Jim Macdonald
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Joshua Moses
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David Gearhart Research Analyst
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Topics frequently mentioned alongside First Analysis
When First Analysis is mentioned in the news, Nudge.ai often sees topics like Healthcare, and Health. If your conversation focuses on these topics, you’ll probably get First Analysis’s attention.
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Companies frequently mentioned alongside First Analysis
When First Analysis is mentioned in the news, companies such as New Relic, Inc., Canaccord Genuity, and Chegg Inc. are often also mentioned. These companies can serve as customer examples.
First Analysis employees mentioned in the news
Employees who are often in the news are usually open to starting conversations or exploring ideas. Nudge.ai's sales AI saw Howard Smith, Corey Greendale, and Larry Berlin from First Analysis recently mentioned in the news.
businessinsider.com Mar. 23, 2019
Jpmorgan Ditching Campuses; Inside Lyft's IPO Roadshow
Dear Readers, It was a week of stakeouts. But while most of the media was focused on the comings and goings of special counsel Mueller in Washington, our attention was on the St. Regis in New York where Lyft held its IPO roadshow stop . You can see our paparazzi photos here . If you're new to the Wall Street Insider newsletter, you can sign up here . And if you're an existing Prime subscriber, please take our reader survey here . In other news, JPMorgan said this week that its investment bank would be scrapping its annual college-campus visits for recruiting . Instead, the bank will ask its next generation of workers to apply by submitting video interviews and taking online behavioral-science tests. It's a change intended to widen the funnel for intern candidates at a time when Wall Street is grappling with how to recruit and retain more diverse workers. College career events have long been how investment banks recruit for interns and analysts, using the events to meet candidates and develop a pipeline of young talent. But over the years JPMorgan has found that by recruiting only at elite universities such as Harvard and UPenn, it wasn't getting as diverse a candidate pool as it wanted. It makes a lot of sense. The way the traditional recruiting model works is that a group of alumni from, say, Cornell, go back to Ithaca and interview students. It's where "unconscious bias" slips into the interview process. By nature, humans are drawn to others who are like them. It could mean screening candidates who don't live in the "right" neighborhood or have foreign-sounding names, and instead hiring those who were in your fraternity or played club soccer. By avoiding campus visits, JPMorgan is hoping to eliminate some of this bias and instead focus on finding candidates with the right set of attributes that will make them successful at the bank — characteristics like grit and curiosity — that won't necessarily show up on a résumé. JPMorgan isn't alone. A few year
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