Berkeley promotes Ben Wildman to Partner in New York

14 January 2020 1 min. read
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Ben Wildman has become a Partner at The Berkeley Partnership in US, the third member of the firm’s New York partner team alongside Neil McClumpha and Christian Ingram. The former Accenture Manager moved to the US in 2017, and will continue to help the firm grow its operations in America.

Founded in 1990, The Berkeley Partnership is a London-based consultancy which works with clients to develop business strategies and transform their business. The firm has offices in London and New York, and in preparation for a busy 2020, the firm has promoted a new Partner in its stateside location.

Ben Wildman, who moved to New York from Berkeley’s London office in 2017, has become a Partner in the Big Apple as of the start of January 2020.  With this latest addition, the Berkeley partner team has grown to nineteen. In New York, this includes Neil McClumpha and Christian Ingram.

Ben Wildman, Partner at The Berkeley Partnership

At the beginning of his career, Wildman spent six years with Accenture where he latterly held the role of Manager. Joining Berkeley in 2004, Wildman has since worked with clients spanning the media, financial services, document technology and retail sectors, helping them to develop strategies and business cases, along with large-scale technology and business transformation programmes. Most recently, Wildman led a finance transformation programme for a major news, media and information services company.  

Speaking on his promotion, Wildman said, “I joined Berkeley in 2004, and the welcoming people combined with interesting work in a range of industries meant I quickly felt at home. Berkeley has been a fantastic place to develop over the last 15 years. The combination of Berkeley’s culture with the opportunity to work with some incredible clients on their most challenging initiatives has been powerful and enjoyable. I’m delighted to be joining the partnership and I look forward to further developing our evolving US presence.”