About Berkeley

We’re about being there for our clients when it really matters. When it absolutely has to be right. Doing the right thing is both our ethos and sweet spot. And it’s why clients turn to us again and again



Whatever your long term career goals, we’re here to support you. Through an open dialogue, we help our people to build the capabilities, experiences and networks they need to boost their careers.


I graduated with a Masters’ in Mechanical Design Engineering from the University of Glasgow. I found a strange love for 3-D modelling, did a short internship with KPMG Hong Kong and was lucky enough t...

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The people

It's the people that make Berkeley different to other consultancies. Bright, friendly, down-to-earth people who are both thinkers and doers. Working by your side, as consultants and colleagues, to get the right results.

Michael Mahony

Michael MahonyMichael Mahony


As an Electronics Engineering graduate from UCL, I started my career as a system’s auditor for Chase Manhattan Bank and quickly followed that by a move into Management Consultancy at Accenture. Then in 1990 the planets aligned and with three colleagues I was able to fulfil my ambition to found a company – The Berkeley Partnership.

My main motivations then were (and still are), to work with people (both clients and consultants) that I respected professionally and liked; to work in a co-operative and supportive environment that was nevertheless intolerant of mediocrity; and to work with clients on challenging assignments that really made a difference; oh, and to have fun while you are doing it.

Berkeley has provided me with the opportunity to work on wide ranging, diverse assignments across varied industries. Among other things, I have managed large transformation programmes; been CEO of a dot com venture; helped set up a mail order catalogue business and been non-executive Chairman of a communications consultancy – life is certainly not dull.

Outside the office I spend a lot of time wondering why Galileo's cannon balls may all drop at the same speed but different weight cyclists certainly don't.

The people

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