Matchbook And AlphaWeek Announce Exclusive Partnership

Matchbook, the talent marketplace for the financial services industry, has entered into an exclusive partnership with AlphaWeek, a London-based digital magazine covering the alternative investment industry, to provide AlphaWeek readers with access to investment management job opportunities, best-in-class recruiting technology and executive search services to help them find relevant job opportunities or grow their businesses.

Matchbook, a OneWire brand, provides a role-based marketplace of screened and vetted talent ready to make a move. Hiring firms can subscribe to different roles, view detailed profiles including recruiter notes, and interview candidates all free of charge. The Company charges a reduced success fee if a hire is made, limiting the up-front risk, and putting the firm in control of the hiring process.

“We’re excited to join forces with AlphaWeek and be their exclusive human capital partner for jobs, recruiting and hiring insight in the investment management industry. AlphaWeek’s content and audience align perfectly with our recent launch of Matchbook in London, which is showcasing screened buy-side analysts ready to make a move,” said Eric Stutzke, CEO of OneWire.

AlphaWeek is a digital magazine which covers the alternative investment industry. It combines proprietary and contributed editorial to enhance the conversation between investors and investment managers, runs an events division – both in-person and online – to connect and educate investors and investment managers, and has a partnership program, which extends to research and now, human capital.

“We’re delighted to partner with OneWire and its pioneering Matchbook product to help our readers get access to pre-screened investment talent, both in Europe and beyond, to help them with their human capital needs,” said Greg Winterton, Founder and Managing Editor of AlphaWeek. “We look forward to collaborating with OneWire not only on this, but on the many synergies between our businesses.”