Dan Shreeve leads due diligence offering of Palladium Digital

13 August 2020 Consultancy.uk 1 min. read
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Commercial consultant Dan Shreeve has joined Palladium Digital as the firm’s Global Head of Due Diligence Operations. Shreeve arrives having spent the best part of a decade advising private equity firms on due diligence.

Founded in 2015, Palladium Digital is a consulting firm focused primarily on private equity organisations. The firm works to boost growth and profitability in private equity backed businesses, assisting clients with digital strategy and embedding new ways of working into their operation. As Palladium prepares for heightened demand from clients, as the private equity sector looks to snap up vulnerable companies amid the recession, the firm has appointed a new Head of Digital Due Diligence.

Dan Shreeve is an experienced commercial consultant, with over 14 years commercial experience working in corporate and consulting environments to provide strategy, investment readiness and due diligence services to corporates and third sector organisations. He will now work to drive the operational element of Palladium’s due diligence service, ensuring delivery excellence for the firm’s clients.

Dan Shreeve, Global Head of Due Diligence Operations, Palladium

Shreeve is currently Director of the firm he co-founded, Gresley Shreeve. The commercial consulting business provides strategy development, due diligence and investment readiness services to a range of clients including CIL Management Consultants. He previously spent two years with Big Four firm PwC, where he was a Senior Associate in Deals Strategy.

The economic crisis exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic is a cause for concern across the world – but it is also viewed as a major opportunity by private equity firms. As the recession sees the stock of many companies plummet, private equity operators are preparing to put their record capital holdings to work – swooping for bargain-price purchases which they believe they can make large returns on, either via asset stripping, or by selling on during the economic recovery.