Danny Sarch Reading List

Danny Sarch


Danny Sarch has been a headhunter for the wealth management industry since 1984 and has been the president of his own firm, Leitner Sarch Consultants, since 1990. The wealth management industry has evolved to present more opportunities for top financial advisors than ever before. Danny takes the time to thoroughly learn about his client companies so he can accurately address the unique questions and concerns of the advisory teams with whom he works. If you are curious about independence, about firms new or old, big or small, you can be sure that Danny has done his homework on your behalf.

Danny’s due diligence process begins with: “what do you want to fix?” Danny acts as your “Career Fiduciary” in order to find you the opportunity that is the best fit, to negotiate on your behalf to get you the best possible deal. Because of his national reputation as a thought leader, virtually all of the companies in the industry want him working on their behalf. He only works with the firms that have a unique value proposition for the best advisors in the industry.

Danny has a regular column in Investment News about recruiting trends in the wealth management industry and is quoted regularly in the industry’s trade publications. In 1998, Danny was accepted into the Pinnacle Society, the premier consortium of industry-leading recruiters in North America. He served as president from 2004 to 2008 when he was the fifth member ever to be given the special recognition as an Honorary Lifetime Member. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984 with a degree in English Literature.

Danny resides in Rye Brook, NY with his wife and two daughters. He is an avid cyclist and skier, and a passionate fundraiser for cancer causes.

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Danny’s Book List
I Am Pilgrim – Terry Hayes
The Gatekeepers – Chris Whipple
The Presidents Club – Gibbs and Duffy
Paint Your Hair Blue – Sue Matthews
They Call Me Super Mensch – Shep Gordon
Scrappy Little Nobody – Anna Kendrick

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