Nick Owen, head of market and service programmes at Deloitte, has been named
as one of the three new vice presidents at the
Management Consultancies Association (MCA)
to work alongside new president Andrew Crowley.
Crowley, vice president of financial Services at consulting group
taken over this annual position from Alan Russell, director of
LogicaCMG’s consulting unit.
Commenting on his role at the MCA, Andrew Crowley said: ‘I am delighted to be
elected President of the Management Consultancies Association. With demand for
consulting high, and the consulting industry contributing over £8bn to the UK
economy, the industry is demonstrating that through greater transparency and a
better understanding of the value delivered by consulting firms, it is
continuing to grow year on year.’
The other VPs are Paul Winter, chief executive, Corpra and Hugo Were a
partner at Accenture.
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