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Recruiting at Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co.
Examines the recruiting process of Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co. (BHC), an investment banking firm known for its work with middle market companies. Specifically, presents a profile of the firm and its recruiting process and then examines that process through the firm's recruiting efforts at Harvard Business School (HBS). Includes the resumes of 17 second-year HBS students who sought interviews for an associate position with BHC and raises the issue of how interview selections were made from those resumes.
Keywords: Investment Banking;
Selection and Staffing;
Gabarro, John J., Herminia M. Ibarra, John P. Kotter, and Andrew P. Burtis. "Recruiting at Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co." Harvard Business School Case 494-071, March 1997. (Revised from original December 1993 version.)