Chris Sprehe, President, Christopher Group Executive Search
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Phone: (828) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: asheville, North Carolina, United States
Christopher Group Executive Search
#8 Sunny Ridge Drive
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
United States

Company Description: The Christopher Group provides an external buffer to insure that the search will remain confidential, in order to avoid disruption within the client organization....   more
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IFMA Kansas City | Contacts
www.kcifma.com, 1 Sept 2011 [cached]
Chris Sprehe Christopher Group Executive Search
Jobmart
www.ncappraisalinstitute.org, 29 Nov 2004 [cached]
Interested candidates should forward a detailed resume as a Word Document, including most recent compensation level, to: chrisgroup@charter.net, attn: Chris Sprehe, President, Christopher Group Executive Search.All inquiries will be treated in strictest confidence.
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Please forward a detailed resume as a Word Document, to: chrisgroup@charter.net, attn: Chris Sprehe, President, Christopher Group Executive Search.
IFMA Chicago Chapter
www.ifma-chicago.org, 12 Oct 2006 [cached]
Contact: Chris Sprehe
RealEstateJournal | Bricks & Mortar
www.realestatejournal.com, 23 April 2003 [cached]
Christopher Sprehe, a principal at Christopher Group Executive Search, a real-estate specialist based in Cary, N.C., says finance companies "are all dying" for district managers, sales managers and loan officers."They're worth their weight in gold," he says.
Mr. Sprehe says that jobs in construction and development are extremely hard to come by these days, not surprisingly, but he adds that corporations have been tentatively beefing up their real-estate departments in an effort to rationalize their space needs.
RealEstateJournal | Bricks & Mortar
www.realestatejournal.com, 8 June 2002 [cached]
Christopher Sprehe, president of Christopher Group Executive Search, of Cary, N.C., says he's conducting searches throughout the country for institutions that are beefing up their workout and foreclosure departments.They're getting ready to deal with a mounting volume of bad real-estate debt."Financial institutions ending up with bad loans are busy hiring asset managers either to work out the loans or reposition the real estate to get it sold," he says.
Recruiters also say they're beginning to see a pickup in demand from Wall Street firms, even those that laid off employees over the past six months.Indeed, one of the dirty little secrets of Wall Street is that firms used Sept. 11 as an excuse to unload people whom management considered to be second rate."Many of the cutbacks were as much opportunistic as they were economic," says one executive recruiter who asked not to be named."Companies knew when they were reducing certain levels of staff, they were going to be hiring people back in the spring.They took it as an opportunity to get rid of the 'B' people and either to hire from outside or create opportunities to promote from within."
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