Articles - Protiviti appoints Peter Richardson as Managing Director


PROTIVITI UK EXTENDS ITS ‘PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT’ CAPABILITIES WITH THE APPOINTMENT OF PETER RICHARDSON AS MANAGING DIRECTOR

 Protiviti Inc, a global business consulting and internal audit firm, has extended its ‘Performance Improvement’ capabilities in London, by recruiting Peter Richardson. Peter will take responsibility for further developing Protiviti’s Performance Improvement capabilities as well as leading the wider UK Financial Services Industry (FSI) practice.
  
 Peter has a wealth of experience in the financial services industry, particularly insurance, and joins from Atos Consulting, where he was Managing Partner of its FSI Consulting practice. Throughout his career he has helped a wide range of financial services organisations enhance their performance as well as advising on issues management within the areas of change, customer relationship, IT and risk.
  
 Protiviti already provides significant risk, regulatory compliance and IT services to its clients, and now the additional emphasis on Performance Improvement will help clients to enhance the operational effectiveness of their companies both through back office efficiencies and front office sales. 
  
 Andrew Clinton, Head of Protiviti UK said:“This is an exciting time for Protiviti as we continue to build the business both in the UK and globally. We are seeing considerable demand in the UK from management teams looking to improve the operational efficiency of their organisations and we are delighted to have somebody of Peter’s calibre and experience to help us to further develop our capabilities. Peter has a fantastic record within the financial services industry and his skills and knowledge will complement the company well.”
  
 Peter Richardson, Managing Director, Protiviti UK said:“I am delighted to be joining the highly respected team at Protiviti. Over the next decade the financial services industry will face a whole raft of risk and compliance changes, and it’s clear that organisations will continue to lean on firms such as Protiviti to ensure that they are successfully implementing initiatives right across their operations. 
  
 “Our Performance Improvement team will design and deliver new operating models for businesses, particularly in the financial services sector. For instance, we will extend the existing regulatory focus of many organisations to embed and extend the way that they operate in order to reduce costs and improve operational efficiency.”

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