L.E.K. Consulting appoints four new partners in London office

12 January 2022 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Global strategy consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting has appointed four new partners in its London office, as part of its beginning of the year promotion round.

Sam Halliday

Has been with L.E.K. Consulting since: 2012

Sam Halliday specialises in insurance, covering both the distribution and manufacturing layers as well as service providers, with experience in specialist lending and payments. He has extensive experience across a wide range of strategic and operational areas, including business planning, commercial effectiveness, transaction support and post-merger integration.

L.E.K. Consulting appoints four new partners in London office

Sean Dyson

Has been with L.E.K. Consulting since: 2013

Sean Dyson is a member of the European Healthcare practice, with a focus on the life sciences sector. Dyson has extensive experience in strategic planning, with a focus on corporate and franchise-level strategy, portfolio planning and optimisation, go-to-market strategy and launch planning.

He also provides business development support, working with corporate and private equity clients on M&A strategy and transaction support.

Stuart Robertson

Has been with L.E.K. Consulting since: 2011

Stuart Robertson focuses primarily on the transport industry, covering operators and equipment and infrastructure suppliers, and has particular expertise in the interaction between the public and private sectors.

As Disruptive Analytics Lead, he helps guide and develop L.E.K. Consulting’s expertise in data science and machine learning, focusing on how the latest developments can be applied to consulting engagements.

Philip Meier

Has been with L.E.K. Consulting since: 2002

Philip Meier is a member of the Global Industrials practice. He leads the Analytics practice in Europe and works across a range of sectors. Meier has extensive experience helping clients solve analytical problems, build analytics capabilities, and assess and respond to changes in the development of software, data and analytics.

Globally, L.E.K. Consulting has over 1,500 consultants and staff working from 20 offices. The London office was the firm’s first office to be established when the consultancy was founded in 1983 and is currently one of the network’s largest offices.