Sarah Foxton Joins North Highland to Lead Financial Services in the U.K.
October 5, 2018
Oct. 5, 2018 (ATLANTA) – Management consulting firmis pleased to announce that Sarah Foxton has joined the firm to lead financial services in the U.K., focusing on business transformation and agile. In her role, Foxton will help financial services clients adapt to the post-crisis marketplace, the evolving regulatory environment and an increasingly customer-centric business by tailoring solutions to their specific business needs with innovative and holistic solutions.
“We are thrilled to welcome Sarah to North Highland,” said Jill Jacques, Global Financial Services Lead. “She has a strong track record of establishing programs and processes, with expertise building organizational cultures that are resilient and transformation-ready. Her client service expertise will be key in leading the firm’s growth and vision as we look to the coming year.”
“Sarah is an accomplished leader who is passionate about providing innovative, efficient and customer-centric solutions to clients,” said Charles Vivian, London Managing Director. “Her passion for Agile transformation and portfolio management will be essential for the firm’s U.K. growth and focus on delivering strategic growth opportunities to clients.”
Before joining North Highland, Foxton held various positions across the financial services sector within consulting and industry in insurance, capital markets, wealth management, asset management and FinTech. Previously, she was a managing consultant at PA Consulting Group and partnered with several large financial services organizations to shape business and agile transformations across Europe. She was named on 2017’s Top 200 U.K. Women in FinTech Power List and holds over 14 years of experience in financial services.
Foxton graduated from Loughborough University, receiving a first class degree in computer science and management.
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