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Mr. Steve Maslow

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Education

  • The French Culinary Institute
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Steve Maslow ...
www.shirleybriceheath.net, 18 Nov 2008 [cached]
Steve Maslow
Despite having worked for fourteen years as an international investment banker for the artists formerly known as Bear, Stearns & Co., Steve Maslow will always consider himself first and foremost a student of the markets. While at Bear Stearns, Steve's social idealism and his faith in the Human Spark, led him to work with entrepreneurs, first in emerging market countries and then in Silicon Valley. Beginning in 1988, Steve was part of the team that negotiated with governments, unions, and public and private investors to list the first Mexican companies on the New York Stock Exchange. In August 1991, Steve was attempting one of the first institution- investor conferences in Moscow, when the tanks of the unsuccessful coup d'etat rolled in and unnerved investors (and his parents.)
Lacking an adult sense of career preservation, and using an investment style that might be termed "serially monogamous," Steve continued to arrange public-private partnerships in China, Brazil and South Africa: traveling to Johannesburg to witness "the Handover" Steve defied "Street wisdom" and, with the help of friends working at competitor firms, created the first investment company dedicated to projects in the newly apartheid-free South Africa. Nine years before Bear Stearns's collapse, Steve retired from the firm to write and teach (and take up his life-long interest in serious cooking.) In 2002, Steve's work "The Significance of Style Drift" was awarded one chapter in a book on portfolio management by the top money managers in the country. The piece was reprinted in several trade publications. As a result, Steve was offered and accepted a teaching position at CUNY (Baruch). At night, Steve attended The French Culinary Institute, took the diploma in nine months and worked as a saucier in a three-star New York City restaurant for several years. He was then offered a position as an executive recruiter at Robert Walters Associates, the global executive search firm in New York.
While entrepreneurial candidates are the most challenging to place, Steve sees innovators as the best candidates for teaching him and for leading others around them to think creatively. Entrepreneurs move far beyond market platitudes. Steve works extensively to place entrepreneurs with sustainable scalable ideas into profitable global projects. In the past year, nearly two dozen entrepreneurs found work through Steve's efforts, and he continues to stay in touch and to learn from them. His clients include some of the world's largest, oldest, smallest, and newest corporations. Steve's most recent not-for-profit work has been to organize his quantitative analytic candidates into a fundraising drive while persuading Wall Street firms to provide matching funds, 100% of which went to Chinese earthquake relief efforts.
Search Inc.
www.search-inc.com, 25 Nov 2005 [cached]
Steven Maslow manages the financial services division of Search Inc.Mr. Maslow enjoyed a 14 year career at Bear, Stearns & Co.Inc., working himself up from a clerk on the equity syndicate desk, through private equity and the capital markets.When he left the firm in 1999, he was the Managing Director in charge of transactions marketing, responsible for marketing the firm's mandated underwritings, and had his fingerprints on more than 700 transactions totaling more than $5 billion.Prior to joining Search Inc., Mr. Maslow traveled internationally, taught finance at the City University of New York and co-authored a book about money management.
Please telephone Steve Maslow at 212 808 0747 or e-mail him at: smaslow@search-inc.com.
Rampant Overbuilding Means Condo Boom May Go Bust
www.builderonline.com, 20 Aug 2006 [cached]
Steve Maslow, 45, an executive recruiter in New York, had reserved a two-bedroom $800,000 condo at 550Q.
Salvage operation
Maslow is relieved the project won't be built in such a tenuous environment and says he's willing to wait before buying something else nearby."It just seems like the market hasn't yet found its equilibrium point," he said.
Metrostudy - In the News
www.metrostudy.net, 20 Aug 2006 [cached]
Steve Maslow, 45, an executive recruiter in New York, had reserved a two-bedroom $800,000 condo at 550Q.
Salvage operation
Maslow is relieved the project won't be built in such a tenuous environment and says he's willing to wait before buying something else nearby. "It just seems like the market hasn't yet found its equilibrium point," he said.
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