Canny, Bowen, Inc., a privately-held retained executive search firm established in 1954, and one of only three executive search firms, public or private, which has continuously served the business community for more than 50 years, has announced the addition of Adam Shavulsky as a Managing Director. Mr. Shavulsky brings over 15 years of experience providing executive search services to many of the world’s premier financial services firms, as well as the middle market. Sector concentrations include alternative investment vehicles such as private equity (LBO, mezzanine, and venture capital), hedge funds and fund-of-fund, as well as sell side fundamental investment research, investment banking, and institutional sales and trading. As a result of his thorough understanding of the space, Mr. Shavulsky has built a strong reputation for identifying and placing top executives and department heads on the vanguard of the financial services community. According to David Peasback, Canny, Bowen, Inc. CEO, and former CEO of Heidrick & Struggles, “Adam not only brings the kind of deep industry experience, track record , and management background we were searching for, he also brings an acute insight and sensitivity to the personal and professional drivers of all participants. I think that is why his engagements result in such successful synergy between his clients and candidates.” Prior to joining Canny, Bowen, Inc., Mr. Shavulsky served as Chief Executive Officer of Bain Search Associates, a New York based retained executive search firm serving the financial services and healthcare industries. Antecedent of Bain, Mr. Shavulsky served as a Managing Director at a leading global executive search firm serving financial services, healthcare, technology, and consumer practices. Over 80% of Canny, Bowen’s searches originate from clients with whom the firm has maintained strong relationships for many years. Clients include such well-respected companies as: Balfour Beatty, Cooper Industries, Danaher, Foster Wheeler, General Electric, The Hartford, IBM, International Paper, Lenovo, Pfizer, and Royal Dutch Shell.