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Miao
Cao
Client Partner
Korn Ferry
Financial Services
Education, Honors & Awards
Beijing Foreign Studies University; Graduate School of Business at Stanford University
Bachelors of Arts from the Beijing Foreign Studies University; MBA from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University
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Personal Information
New York
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Ms. Cao is a Client Partner in Korn Ferry’s New York office, where she focuses on senior-level search assignments in Consumer/Commercial Banking, Asset Management and Real Estate, Chief Information Officers Practice, as well as serves as Korn Ferry’s China liaison with U.S.-based companies and Chinese companies seeking overseas expansion.  Ms. Cao leverages almost two decades experience across management consulting, banking, venture capital / private equity and executive search, to provide strategic and human capital advice to Korn Ferry’s clients domestically and internationally.  She has covered the financial services sector in the U.S. and in China, and placed senior executives across functional areas at multinational and Chinese companies, from Fortune 500 to private equity-backed firms.        
16-20 Years
Executive search; management consulting; corporate finance; business development; strategic planning; investment. 
Ms. Cao provides strategic human capital advice to achieve talent management solutions.  Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Ms. Cao used to run her own consulting business and also worked with McKinsey & Co., both in the US and in China. She also worked as a policy advisor at the World Bank to serve the bank’s member countries.  Previously, Ms. Cao worked at Citi and JP Morgan Chase in the U.S., where she was involved in a range of investment banking activities across syndicated finance, securities research, corporate M&A and leveraged finance.  She started her career in CVIC, one of the earliest venture capital firms in China. 
Economist; Wall Street Journal
Provide strategic, operational, financial, HR and organizational advice for both MNC and Chinese clients in financial services companies, as well as those in IT and internet businesses. 
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