Previously, Nick served as Managing Partner of the Financial Services practice group. Nick's work spanned front- and back-office issues facing financial services firms, including public policy, strategy and financial planning, risk management, and cost management. He has worked predominantly in London and New York, and has experience in regional financial centers across North America, Europe, and Asia. Within Financial Services, he formerly led the firm’s Finance & Risk practice in Europe and the Corporate & Institutional Banking practice globally. He has served on the firm’s Partnership Committee.
Nick has worked with chief executives and other senior leaders of the world's top financial services companies. He has advised senior government leaders and policy makers on topics of competitiveness and stability of the financial services sector. And he has co-authored multiple industry articles and studies. These include support for Her Majesty's Treasury and Sir Win Bischoff in proposing a 10-year vision for the Global Competitiveness of the UK's Financial Services Industry; several projects leading the debate on banking compensation, including authorship of three of the Institute of International Finance’s annual reports on compensation, and support for the Financial Stability Board; and "The Future of Financial Services," Oliver Wyman's annual report that is the flagship publication of the practice.
Nick helped to found and now sits on the board of TheCityUK, which supports the promotion of the UK's Financial and Professional Services industries.
Nick graduated with a First Class Honors degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Cambridge University. A keen former rugby player, Nick is enjoying introducing his young sons to its dark arts. He maintains his scrummaging weight through a healthy interest in roasting, grilling, and pickling.