Strategy&’s global technology leader Barry Jaber joins Arma Partners

28 April 2021 1 min. read
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The global head of Strategy&’s Technology practice, Barry Jaber, has left the strategy consulting firm to join Arma Partners, a financial advisory firm dedicated to the digital sector. 

Barry Jaber is a fifteen year veteran of Strategy&, and formerly Booz & Company before the 2014 acquisition by PwC. A partner based in London, Jaber most recently was the global leader of the firm’s Technology and Pricing Strategy practices, and a senior member in the Private Equity practice. 

He has extensive experience advising private sector clients on corporate strategy, growth, go-to-market and pricing. In the private equity industry, he advises on strategic and commercial due diligence, and value creation transformation of portfolio companies. 

Barry Jaber, Partner, Arma Partners

Jaber has gained experience across industries, with a strong focus on the technology industry, in particular software and IT services. Prior to joining Strategy&, Jaber was with Ultra Electronics plc in various engineering and business development roles, and was an aerodynamicist with BAE Systems. 

“We are also delighted to welcome Barry, whom we have known and worked closely with for many years. Our clients will benefit from his expertise in technology, merger & acquisitions and private equity,” said Paul-Noël Guély, Founder and Managing Partner of Arma Partners (and ex-PwC and Goldman Sachs).

Founded in 2003, Arma Partners is a corporate finance and M&A advisory focused on the global technology ecosystem. Its track record spans over 190 deals valued at more than $50 billion in aggregate. The London-headquartered firm has around 100 employees, and last year broke through the magical barrier of $100 million for the first time in its history.