Capco has appointed Ian Holden to join Capco UK’s banking practice. He joins the current partnership team of Mark Jenkinson and Peter Lewis, as a member of Capco’s UK banking practice leadership team. Holden brings with him his strong background in financial services consulting and will complement the existing banking skills set with his specialised knowledge of customer management and digital strategy.
Prior to moving to Capco, Holden was a partner at BearingPoint, where he led the financial services practice in the UK, overseeing business development and client delivery across capital markets, retail banking, and insurance. He brings over 15 years of industry experience in the delivery of management consulting projects across a wide range of disciplines including operational excellence, business strategy and transformation, finance transformation, systems integration, information management and performance measurement.
Before joining BearingPoint, he held various senior roles at Deloitte Consulting and Price Waterhouse Management Consulting.
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