The new leader and his replacement as corporate head present a good unified message – after all they have worked together for over a decade and produced the firm’s corporate strategy plan together.
Now it’s time to put that plan into action with a host of new top dogs. The music has stopped and Jonny Myers is sitting in the private-equity co-head seat, Mark Poulton is new London corporate head and Mark Campbell no longer finance chief.
Armed with a leaner leadership model and the aim of being the world’s top M&A firm by 2020, these partners will be busy.
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