Morgan McKinley Group launches M3S Consulting
Morgan McKinley Group has launched M3S Consulting, a boutique project delivery and implementation practice. It was created by the Morgan McKinley Group in response to strong client demand for specialist alternatives to traditional consultancy offerings.
M3S Consulting provides a unique service to the market through the creation of small, highly specialised managed teams of experienced consultants. M3S Consulting has a keen focus across financial services within risk & regulatory driven change, business & operational change and technology driven change as well as the public sector. M3S Consulting plans to extend its coverage to commerce, aligning with sectors offered by the Morgan McKinley brand.
The company says the appointment of Scott Carr as managing partner of M3S Consulting establishes its credentials as a practitioner led firm with practical hands-on experience and strong delivery risk assurance. Carr is an experienced programme director who has successfully delivered complex commercial and regulatory change projects across many areas of financial services. He has been implementing international business change for over 20 years, working with a variety of clients from global full service banks such as Barclays and Deutsche Bank, to leading specialist institutions including BGC Partners.
David Leithead, UK head of Morgan McKinley Group, said, “There’s a real buzz in the business about the launch of M3S Consulting, it’s the culmination of a huge amount of work and strategy and we are so excited to see it take off. We’re ready to deliver now. The traditional consulting model is changing and becoming more sophisticated, and we’re looking forward to seeing our M3S Consulting team make a significant contribution to the success of our clients.”
M3S Consulting is part of an international group of brands that includes Morgan McKinley that operates in the UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore, as well as the executive search firm, Accreate.
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