A Conversation with Brian Love

Brian Love, Head of Travillian’s Depository Search team, participated in an interview with Tom Bengtson, publisher of Bankbeat.biz/BankBeat Magazine, and the two covered subjects regarding talent, succession planning, and hiring opportunities in a post-COVID world.

*source #QuickTakes: Brian Love, Published on May 13, 2020 by Tom Bengtson.  https://bankbeat.biz/quicktakes-brian-love/

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