Altus recognised as leading UK Management Consultant firm in Financial Times list

Altus recognised as leading UK Management Consultant firm in Financial Times list

Altus is proud to announce that it has for the first time been recognised in The Financial Times list of leading UK Management Consultant firms.

Published for the fourth year, the Financial Times list is based on recommendation by consultancy firms’ clients and peers. Compiled in partnership with data company Statista, the rating assesses the work done by consultants in 29 categories.

Consulting Director Martyn Evans commented: “This accolade is testament to the hard work that our amazing team has put in over a number of years to build a challenger consulting business, from scratch.  We’ve achieved this without funding or tie-ups, instead relying solely on providing genuinely independent advice. 

This recognition is especially pleasing as this ranking is produced through a survey of our FS clients.  Our team will continue to care first and foremost about the client, as we pursue our mission to make Financial Services faster and more efficient for the benefit of us all… and along the way, to disrupt the traditional consulting model.

Thank you to everyone at Altus for the hard work that has got us this far on the journey, and to our clients for recognising what we do.  I’m absolutely delighted.”

The Financial Times list of of leading UK Management Consultant firms was published yesterday.

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