Bamber Forsyth creative director Jon Henry was this week preparing to leave as the consultancy restructures.
The reason for Henry’s departure after three years is unclear – Bamber Forsyth has just had one of its most successful years ever.
The new structure focuses on the consultancy’s key areas of work – corporate branding, corporate reporting and new media.
It has appointed Jeremy Keohane as head of electronic media. He joins from business-led Internet consultancy UXL which he helped to launch two years ago.
Victoria Jones has been promoted to business development manager. Principal Nigel Forsyth will head the creatives after Henry’s departure. Neither he nor fellow principal Keith Bamber were available to comment.
In a statement, Henry describes his departure as “an amicable split”. He adds: “These last three years have seen some radical changes as the company has moved into the premier division, and I’d like to take a break to document some of the ideas about a new approach to identity and branding that have been on my mind for some time.” He was not available to comment further.