Capco enforces banking branch with executive advisors

11 December 2013 1 min. read

Capco, a global consulting firm that purely focuses on the financial services industry, has made two senior appointments in its Global Banking Practice.

In a press release Capco announces that Jonathan Gray and Nic Parmaksizian have both joined as Partner and Director respectively. Gray comes from Accenture, were he worked for more than 20 years. Over the past years he has the lead client service partner (LCSP) for Barclays and Senior Executive within the banking industry practice. "Capco has long been recognized as a source of industry leading expertise within the banking community. I am very pleased to be joining the team at a time when there are so many exciting developments in play" says Gray.

Nic Parmaksizian and Jonathan Gray

Parmaksizian also has a background at Accenture. In 1998 he started his career with the international consulting firm, eventually working there for eight years. End of 2006 he made the transfer to Barclays and now seven years later he rejoins the advisory branch with the move to Capco. At the British bank he focused mainly on commercial questions such as sales, marketing and CRM in retail banking.

Nic Parmaksizian's significant industry expertise gained during his tenure with Barclays in a number of senior, consumer-experience focused roles will further boost Capco's credentials in this space" says Christopher Geldard, the Global Head of Capco's Banking practice. Geldard was appointed in this role just weeks ago, he also has a year’s long background at Accenture.