GoBuyside Inc. is a New York City-based firm that was founded in 2011. It is a privately held company that offers a recruitment platform. Their specialty is the financial industry and they have had hedge funds, advisory platforms, private equity firms, investment managers, and Fortune 500 companies as their clients over the past seven years. They offer their services to those in New York City as well as across the nation and overseas.
Our client is a multi-billion dollar secondaries and co-investment platform headquartered in New York City. The platformis currently investing out of a $2B vehicle raised within the last year. If interested in learning more, please email [email protected]
— GoBuyside (@gobuyside) January 29, 2018
The recruiting platform that GoBuysside developed is comprised of proprietary technology. They have been pinpointed as a company that offers both sourcing and screening services in order to present only top-tier candidates into positions to their clients. The team at GoBuyside has the educational and professional experience that differentiates them from other financial industry recruiting businesses.
The founder of GoBuyside is Arjun Kapur. He is also this company’s chief executive officer. He is a graduate of John Hopkins University where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in economics and finance. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa. He also has an MBA that he earned at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. During this time he was a co-president of the Venture Capital Club.
To date, more than 500 financial companies have used GoBuyside to find their next job applicant. The talent network that the team at GoBuyside can draw on employees from over 10,000 different companies that are headquartered in more than 500 cities around the world.
The team at GoBuyside maintains an active Facebook page for this company. They use their Facebook page to let people know what their company is all about. They also post articles that those in the financial industry are interested in. This includes a recent article that went into how both base salaries and bonuses have been moving upwards ever since 2014. They say that the average year since 2014 has been a 6-8% increase in total compensation. Other articles delve into thing like Bitcoin and other financial matters.