Andrew, based in London, leads Egon Zehnder’s global Executive Assessment and Development Practice and is also an active member of the firm’s Board Consulting and CEO practices. After specialising for many years in the energy and industrial sectors, he now also concentrates on CEO and CFO succession and private-equity portfolio leadership. He is devoted to improving team performance and organisational effectiveness and has recently co-written an article published in Harvard Business Review entitled “Turning Potential Into Success – The Missing Link in Leadership Development”
Before joining Egon Zehnder, Andrew worked in the corporate finance department of Cazenove & Co., where he mainly handled M&A transactions involving industrial and financial-service companies. He began his career in a nuclear research laboratory, then designed power plants before concentrating on strategy work in that sector.
Andrew earned a BSc in mechanical engineering from the University of Birmingham and an MBA from the London Business School. He is very devoted to his large family, which includes two dogs, and makes an effort to stay in touch with friends and relatives. Andrew also enjoys long-distance cycling; recently he completed a trip across Europe in support of a children’s charity.