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Paul Dowell

Consulting Director

Paul has over 20 years’ experience of senior leadership in general management, program and project management, business analysis, operational/strategic management, and business transformation.

Tanya Durlen

Associate Director

Tanya integrates high quality leadership coaching with 30+ years cross-sector business experience; and expertise in project, programme and portfolio management; sponsorship capability development; governance; strategic planning; establishing new functions; and business improvement. Tanya blends the coaching and consulting, working with leaders to deliver business outcomes and make a step-change in the way they lead.

Kerri Constable

Associate Director

Kerri has over 10 years’ experience in HR as well as over 5 years in HR consultancy. She worked in Investment Banking at the beginning of her HR career helping to set up graduate recruitment assessment centres for various banking entities.

David Morris

Director

David is a Director who manages the northern technology risk assurance team.

Jed Turnbull

Partner

Jed focuses on client engagements, across sectors, for internal audit, Sarbanes Oxley compliance, and Third Party Assurance under AAF guidelines.

Elliot Simon

Consultant

Elliot is a business services consultant based at our Manchester office with more than 25 years experience.

Steven Snaith

Partner

Steven has over 18 years’ experience in cyber security and IT audit.

Spotting the danger signs: how robust is your firm?

Financial matters are not always top of mind for partners and directors whose interests are typically more invested in the core activities of the business. However, without accurate and up-to-date information on their cash position, some professional services firms might not recognise just how close they are to going bust.

Spotting the danger signs: how robust is your firm?

Financial matters are not always top of mind for partners and directors whose interests are typically more invested in the core activities of the business. However, without accurate and up-to-date information on their cash position, some professional services firms might not recognise just how close they are to going bust.

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