Jill Perlstein Named Senior Director, Retained Search Services Division

Chicago, IL, March 22, 2016 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Jill Perlstein rejoins DW Simpson Global Actuarial and Analytics Recruitment as Senior Director, Retained Search Services division (RSS).

Perlstein will be responsible for identifying new opportunities that highlight RSS’ competitive advantage in the placement of actuarial and other quantitative professionals.

She brings to the role more than 17 years of talent acquisition and management experience within the insurance and financial services industry.

Jill initially joined DW Simpson in 1998 as an assistant recruiter to CEO and Founder, Patty Simpson. After six successful years at DW Simpson, Jill went on to take progressively more responsible positions in talent acquisition, business development and intelligence at Hartford Life Insurance, Travelers and Marsh & McLennan companies.

Perlstein is happy to be back on the DW Simpson team and looks forward to bringing her expertise in the industry to this new opportunity. Jill earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois.

ABOUT DW SIMPSON
DW Simpson has been specializing solely in the recruitment of actuaries since 1989. We work on an international basis and at all levels of experience, from Actuarial Student to Fellow. This encompasses Actuaries with expertise in Life, Health, Pension, Property & Casualty, and, increasingly, non-traditional areas such as Risk Management, Catastrophe Modeling, Predictive Modeling, Financial Modeling and Analytics. With a professional staff of over 50, we are the largest of the firms who exclusively place Actuaries.

For more information about DW Simpson, visit our website at www.dwsimpson.com. To view Jill Perlstein’s bio, visit www.dwsimpson.com/team/jill-perlstein.

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Contact-Details: DW Simpson Global Actuarial & Analytics Recruitment
4121 N. Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613

Meghan Bautista, Senior Director of Operations
312.867.2319
meghan.bautista@dwsimpson.com

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