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Berkeley News: Berkeley appoints new partner in New York
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We are delighted to announce that Ben Wildman has become a Partner at The Berkeley Partnership, effective 1st January 2020.
With this latest addition, the Berkeley partner team grows to nineteen. Ben continues to be based in the firm’s New York office, where he transitioned from London in 2017 and joins partners Neil McClumpha and Christian Ingram.
Ben joined Berkeley in 2004 and since then his clients have spanned the media, financial services, document technology and retail sectors. He has helped many of our clients develop strategies and business cases, as well as leading largescale technology and business transformation programmes. Most recently, Ben led a finance transformation programme for a major news, media and information services company.
“Berkeley has been a fantastic place to develop over the last 15 years. The combination of Berkeley’s culture with the opportunity to work with some incredible clients on their most challenging initiatives has been powerful and enjoyable. I’m delighted to be joining the partnership and I look forward further developing our evolving US presence.”
You can read more about Ben here.
We round up this issue with updates on how Berkeley have been supporting charitable organisations as part of their Positive Social Action programme.
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