"You asked for my perspective on the value you contributed to our planning activities in advance of the Union Carbide integration. The simple answer is that the experience you brought to the table in merger planning, coupled with your ability to serve as a neutral thrid party facilitator, allowed us and UCC to come quickly to agreement around best process in a much more timely and harmonious fashion than would have been possible otherwise. The other great value contributor was the knowledge of best practices you have gleaned from your benchmarking work; it certainly raised our aim point on severa issues."
Laurence J. Washington
EH&S, HR & Public Affairs
Our staff consists of senior professionals with an average experience of over 25 years. The vast majority of us have hands-on operating and business experience in our previous careers with operating companies. This experience prepared us to understand the economic realities of meeting financial goals and challenges that our clients face daily, and enables us to provide experienced-based opinions. All of our consultants, including the five principals of the firm, actively work with clients on assignments. Our clients view us as trusted advisors and integral to their strategic decision-making process.
Our consultants have lived and worked extensively around the globe. They have had careers with, and consulted for, many industries including chemicals, downstream and upstream petroleum, metals and mining, paper and packaging, heavy manufacturing, etc. We have worked on transactions with virtually all of the major banks around the world, numerous law firms, and equity funds. We have successfully managed projects involving the smallest single facility, global auditing assignments, and multi-billion dollar mergers & acquisitions with sites scattered throughout the world.
We are proud of the trust that our clients place in us to handle sensitive assignments for them. Our consultants have had ongoing relationships with many companies for over 20 years - and several extend back to the early 1980s: