Oliver Wyman appoints eight new Partners in London office

14 December 2018 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Oliver Wyman has announced 8 consulting professionals have been named Partners of the firm in UK. The promotions are effective as of January 1, 2019, and come as part of a raft of 28 similar appointments across the globe.

Alister French is an Oliver Wyman employee of 10 years, originally joining the firm in January 2009 as an Analyst through Engagement Manager. French is joined at the London office by Ben Holroyd and Patrick Hunt, who arrived as a Financial Services Consultants in 2010.

Also appointed to the rank of Partner in the London office were Pankaj Khanna, and Nick Rawlinson, who joined as a graduate in 2009. Martin Robinson initially joined Oliver Wyman as a Freelance IT Consultant with the firm’s Oliver Wyman Labs outfit, taking a permanent role as a Principal in 2017 before his promotion to Partner this year.

Oliver Wyman appoints eight new Partners in London office

Former Monitor Deloitte Strategy Consultant Nicholas Tonkes joined Oliver Wyman in 2013, and has also been appointed as Partner in the firm’s London office. Finally, new Partner Jenny Tsim has worked across a number of conduct, regulatory and transformation programmes in capital markets and banking, working with Oliver Wyman’s sell-side clients and regulators.

Commenting on the new cohort of Partners, Scott McDonald, the firm’s President and CEO, said, “We are delighted to welcome these individuals to our Partnership, and extend our congratulations to them. They are an exceptionally talented group and will create impact for our clients and success for our firm”.

The Partners in the UK come as part of a wider raft of 28 similar appointments globally at the firm. This includes nine in Oliver Wyman’s US offices, four in Dubai, three in Italy, and one each in Istanbul, Singapore and France.

Related: David Gillespie new lead of Oliver Wyman’s banking practice in UK.