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Matchbook Partners With Fncrowd

Financial services industry talent marketplace Matchbook has entered into an exclusive partnership with, a financial services professional network focused on business and career opportunities, to provide Fncrowd members access to job opportunities within financial services and investment management.

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 partner with to be a career resource for their community members looking for job opportunities within financial services,” said Eric Stutzke, CEO of OneWire.  “Fncrowd’s community aligns perfectly with our dual mission of providing finance professionals a free and confidential career platform to access relevant job opportunities, and for financial services firms, the best in class talent acquisition tools to hire most efficiently and at the lowest cost in the industry.”

“For many years, individuals have found it challenging finding a job using outdated methods in an ever more competitive industry. Our partnership with Matchbook provides Fncrowd’s community with a proven method of finding a role that they can succeed at,” said Ahmed Alsaleh, co-founder of Fncrowd.

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