TMF Group, a leading provider of high value business services to clients operating and investing globally, today announced the appointment of Larry Harding as President of its Consultancy Solutions.
The new advisory operation will add to TMF Group’s suite of established services by providing clients with on-call experts who are equipped to help them deal with the ongoing challenges and opportunities that arise as they launch, manage and expand their international entities and operations.
Larry joins TMF Group after having founded and, as CEO, led High Street Partners (HSP) since 2003. HSP went on to become an entrepreneurial success over the ensuing decade, ranking twice consecutively on the Inc 500 as one of the fastest growing companies (#84 and #79) in the US, and fundraising more than $20m in venture capital proceeds. The success of HSP saw Larry win EY’s prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year award for the Maryland region in 2013, and in the following year he managed the successful exit of for the business as part of a private equity backed merger transaction. Previously he was Senior Audit Manager and M&A consultant with Ernst and Young in Boston, was CFO for several Boston area high tech companies, and served as VP of International Finance for CIENA Corporation.
Larry Harding, President of TMF Group Consultancy Solutions, commented: “Having partnered with, and also competed against, TMF Group throughout my career, I am thrilled to now be joining the preeminent provider of global business and trust services in the market today. TMF Group is focused on ensuring that the overall experience of every one of its clients meets the full spectrum of their current and future needs. The overwhelming volume and range of ad hoc, one-off issues that continually arise, every week, month, quarter and year, in every country that clients are established in, is often overlooked.
No matter the size or location of the issue, TMF Group’s Consultancy Solutions, with its roster of on-call, problem-solving consultants, will take on and resolve these struggles for our clients.”
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