Parker Fitzgerald (PFG), the specialist management consultancy, announces today the appointment of Jeremy Scott, former Global Financial Services leader and Global Board member at PwC, to its Executive Board as Head of Institutional Relationships.
Jeremy led PwC’s Global Financial Services practice for 10 years and occupied a positon on the firm’s global board as Chair of the Operations and Risk Committee. His experience building and managing an international consulting firm such as PwC will be central to his role of driving PFG’s client and commercial strategy.
Jeremy’s appointment forms part of a significant expansion and reorganisation of PFG as it broadens its provision of strategic consulting services in all areas of risk management, regulation and financial technology.
Jeremy Scott, Managing Director and Head of Institutional Relationships, Parker Fitzgerald said: “The financial services sector is going through a period of unprecedented change as a result of macro-economic, regulatory and technological drivers re-shaping and challenging the long-term viability of existing business models. As a result, the need to understand and proactively manage risk has never been greater.
“Parker Fitzgerald has established itself as a truly credible consulting partner to the industry with deep insight of the challenges presented by these drivers. I’m both excited and delighted to be working with Scott and his leadership team.”
Scott Vincent, CEO of Parker Fitzgerald said: “Jeremy is a highly respected leader in both the financial and professional services sector. His experience has covered every aspect of consulting and will be critical in helping us steer the firm through the next phase of its growth”.
“Over the course of his career Jeremy has assisted many of the world’s largest financial institutions in navigating several of the most critical issues the industry has ever faced – his experience will be absolutely invaluable to us and our clients.”
“The fact that we’ve been able to attract an individual of Jeremy’s calibre reflects how far we’ve come in just six years.”