Banking Recruiters

Community Banks Build Communties.

Smith & Wilkinson Builds Banks.

At Smith & Wilkinson, our commitment to the banking industry is unrivaled.  No firm is better prepared to navigate the modern talent landscape, helping our clients lead, innovate, and adapt.

As members of the ICBA and ABA, as well as numerous state banking associations, our network expands across the country.

Our assignments include searches for board members, C-suite executives, line of business leaders, and skilled individual contributors in every function and discipline across the organization.  Our clients run the gamut, from publicly traded commercial banks to mutual savings banks, with assets ranging from $100M to $100B.

Our philosophy is as simple as it is timeless; we cultivate relationships with exceptional executives across the industry, and we leverage these relationships to find the right candidate the right job at the right time.

Contact us to discuss how we can help build your business or manage your career.

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Associate Recruiter
Community & Regional Banks, Financial Services
Cameron Boyde
Partner & Practice Director
Community & Regional Banks, Financial Services
Carll Wilkinson
Managing Partner
Community & Regional Banks, Credit Unions, Succession Planning
Christopher Kelley
Partner
Community & Regional Banks
Steve Peary
Partner
Community & Regional Banks

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Whether you are a hiring manager looking to fill a critical role, a new executive looking to sharpen your leadership skills, or a top performing candidate looking to take the next step in your career, we are here to help.

Our clients utilize Smith & Wilkinson to attract and develop executives via Executive Search, Succession Planning, and Leadership Coaching.

Our candidates utilize us for career advice, industry insight, interview coaching, and of course access to dozens of highly sought-after positions around the country.

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