Provio Brings "Anonymous Interviewing" to Wall Street

Aug 11, 2015, 09:00 ET from Provio

Manage Your Career with No Risk of Discovery

NEW YORK, Aug. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - One of the greatest concerns of finance sector professionals, is how to take that next step in their career, but without the fear that their firms executives and colleagues might find out.  Provio has delivered the solution, by introducing "Anonymous Interviewing."

With Provio, candidates can apply to any of the global positions in a secure environment, without disclosing their name, contact information or place of employment.  On the other side, investment banks, hedge funds, wealth management firms and financial sector headhunters can search the Confidential Resume Database and only see candidates credentials.  All personal information is kept private until authorized by the individual themselves.

Of course, at some point the candidate and employer will have to meet, but Provio makes it very clear, that it is 100% up to the candidate as to when they disclose their information.  Provio's objective is not just to provide great career opportunities, but to permit finance professionals to be in the job market at all times, without any risk or effort. is a unique service in the financial sector.  In addition to career management opportunities, Provio is a secure social community and offers proprietary sector information such as salary comparisons and capital raising forums.  It is also exclusive to persons with several "verified"  years of financial experience.

Provio is developed by two former Goldman Sachs bankers.

Will Matthews, a former hedge fund investor and investment banker at Goldman states that "one of the toughest hurdles for career management, is the ability to move up at the pace you expect.  However, seeking a new position relies on networking and word of mouth.  This carries the risk that it will get back to your firm.  With Provio, you can eliminate that concern in the early stages of your job search."

Mika Purra, also a former Goldman employee who holds a PhD in Political Economy adds  "the "anonymous interview" process has become a fantastic tool for employers and headhunters to identify candidates based strictly on the requirements of the position.  Provio makes it simple by offering  a proprietary tool that allows employers to filter resumes based on credentials only."