West Monroe Partners has picked up private equity and consulting expert Martin Glenn as a Director in the firm's Mergers & Acquisitions practice. He will leverage his more than 20 years of experience across the respective fields for the firm's clients across the New York area.
Prior to joining West Monroe Partners, US-based consulting firm, Martin Glenn worked at Infosys as a Management Consultant for seven years. He previously co-founded his own consultancy firm, Camber Advisors, where he was Managing Partner. Earlier in his career Glenn worked at Fortress Investment Group as a Senior Vice President in its Private Equity practice, from 2004 until 2007; at Deloitte, latterly as a Manager in the firm’s Strategy & Operations service area, from 1997 until 2004; at Luck Brothers as an Engineer & Construction Support expert in its Project Survey & Layout business from 1991 until 1996; and at SymQuest as a Senior Strategic Account Manager.
Glenn holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University.
The appointment sees Glenn take a Director position in the West Monroe Partners' Mergers & Acquisitions practice. He role will see Glenn draw on his private equality and consulting experience to boost the firm’s capabilities in the area of strategy and execution of major operations and technology changes across portfolio companies. He will be based at the firm’s New York office.
Gil Mermelstein, Managing Director and leader of West Monroe’s New York City office, says, “Martin Glenn has earned an exceptional reputation as a trusted advisor to private equity firms and their portfolio companies. He brings a unique combination of technical expertise and business acumen and a consummate track record for shaping deal economics, articulating value creation roadmaps, and delivering high-impact results. His expertise and experience will be a valuable asset for our clients and our growing East Coast Mergers & Acquisitions team.”
Glenn remarks, “I have had the unique perspective of competing for work against West Monroe Partners. I’ve seen the firm’s work product and am highly impressed with the people, process and quality of services delivered. I look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with dynamic people and to help the firm’s private equity clients and their portfolio companies realize their respective performance goals.
In August last year West Monroe Partners hired Mark Huson as a Director in its Pacific Northwest Mergers & Acquisitions practice, he co-leads the arm from the firm’s Seattle Office.