Elmwood embarks on global restructure

Elmwood is embarking on a global restructure, involving a raft of senior appointments and a new management team.

Key sectors will have a floating director to oversee client activity across all of Elmwood’s offices, as well as dedicated on-the-ground specialists in each location.

The consultancy has offices in Edinburgh, Leeds, London, Melbourne and New York.

Former Landor Associates client director Elliot Wilson this week takes the reins at Elmwood’s London office as managing director, stepping into the shoes of Nicolas Mamier, who becomes European vice-president.

Jonathon Cartwright has been appointed managing director of Elmwood’s Melbourne office, taking the mantle from Joe Rogers, who has been appointed vice-president of Asia.

The aim in growing the overseas business, says chairman Jonathan Sands, is to become ‘international, not global’, with the Middle East and Singapore as market ‘hotspots’. Elmwood is on the lookout for acquisitions in Singapore, says Sands.

Also under the restructure, Maryanne Murray becomes client services director at Elmwood’s Edinburgh office, while Nick Ramshaw, head of Elmwood’s Leeds office, takes up the role of head of European operations.



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