Something that I have taken with me into Oliver Wyman is the appreciation for the incredible diversity all around us, and how powerful it can be in solving problems.
Morgan is a Junior Manager in the Public Sector & Policy Practice in London. His interest in consulting stemmed from wanting to understand how the world works at a macro level. What defines the world we live in, and where are we going? How does the government fit into development? Oliver Wyman has become the perfect platform for him to dig into these questions. As part of the Public Sector and Policy team, Morgan supports the development of policy and future strategy from within government departments and arms-length bodies, striving for long-lasting positive impact on the frameworks through which development occurs. This includes working on the future of regulation and financial crime in a fast-changing world, and improving access to finance for small and medium-sized enterprises.
Among the other projects Morgan has worked on in the past are conducting an independent review into a UK government department’s strategy; developing the target operating model and business architecture for the UK anti-money laundering regime; and developing a comprehensive digital integrated risk and controls framework for major African bank. He has helped multiple enterprises and institutions to redefine their entire strategies and introduce innovative solutions across all aspects of their operating models, from conceptual work, to implementation, to maintaining the positive result.
Understanding how different organisations and people can effectively come together has been a key driving force through my work with public-private partnerships and in achieving cross-industry engagement.
Morgan also holds a global leadership role at Men4Change: Oliver Wyman’s male allyship network focused on helping men be advocates for inclusion and gender equality, and providing them with the tools to progress along their allyship journey. Men4Change promotes the sense of ownership on issues that for too long have been seen as “women’s issues” across workplaces and society, to create an inclusive space where everyone can thrive.
Outside of work, Morgan is a keen cyclist, always looking to escape urban London on two wheels, whether before work to one of our parks, or, on the weekends, to the mountains, where he’s most at home. As he puts it, nothing can beat the sense of freedom and awe one gets from nature. His other passion is exploring London's incredible jazz scene and soaking up the live events’ energy.
Morgan holds a first-class honours Bachelor of Science in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, with a focus on development economics and emerging markets. He is fluent in English and French, and has a basic understanding of Mandarin.