Elgin White’s much-anticipated entry into North America has been confirmed. The firm has announced that it will serve financial services clients throughout North America from two hubs – Boston, MA and Los Angeles, CA.
By establishing a presence in North America, in addition to existing operations in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Singapore, Elgin White has achieved global reach but with local presence, with consultants operating worldwide.
Los Angeles-based Jeremy Hurwitz has been appointed to lead Elgin White in North America. Jeremy is best known for founding InvestTech Systems Consulting in 1992. Under his leadership, InvestTech grew to become one of the most successful investment management consultancies in North America and was acquired by Accenture in 2017. Also joining Elgin White today as Boston-based Director and Head of Sales in North America is Lou Quattrucci.
Founded and operated by some of the most recognised, experienced and respected financial services experts in the industry, Elgin White is now providing North American clients with access to a range of highly specialised, top-quality consultancy and support services that are rare to find. Consultants support the full transformation lifecycle, from strategy and target operating model design through to system selection and implementation, and post-implementation ITIL service and optimisation.
Erik Schutte, CEO at Elgin White said: “In an increasingly competitive and complex environment the majority of financial institutions are now reviewing and refining their target operating models. The drive to improve performance, consolidate costs and achieve ambitious business goals has never been greater. At Elgin White, we have seen unprecedented demand from North American investment managers for specialist advisory consultancy and managed services support. In bringing Elgin White to North America, clients in the region will enjoy the same level of service, specialist expertise and action-oriented advice as those in Europe and Asia.”
Elgin White clients include many of the world’s largest asset managers, investment managers, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, insurance companies, wealth managers, private equity funds, banks and real estate funds, as well as tier-one consultancies and software vendors.
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