A company's own high-level executives can be a great resource for recruiting, but banking companies generally use them too little, according to headhunter Bertram Schuster.

Many banks rely too heavily on human resources departments to make mid- and upper-level hires, says Mr. Schuster, a partner and executive vice president at the Chicago-based recruiter DHR International.

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