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BUY-SIDE CONSULTANCY PENTAGON APPOINTS SECOND INDUSTRY HEAVYWEIGHT 

Pentagon Consulting, a leading provider of advisory and delivery services to the investment management community, is pleased to announce that Clare Vincent-Silk has joined the firm as Head of Advisory. The appointment follows the recent appointment of Jonathan Clark as CEO, further bolstering Pentagon’s senior team.

Clare Vincent-Silk
Clare Vincent-Silk

Clare brings over 30 years’ experience in the financial sector, most recently as Managing Director of Investit. She has extensive expertise in a number of areas including target operating model design for new dealing platforms, system selections across different business areas, MiFID impact assessments and managing complex change programmes.

“This is an exciting time to be working within the investment management industry, where operational change and business transformation are key for success. I am very pleased to join Pentagon, which has a very strong reputation for effective, pragmatic delivery,” said Vincent-Silk.

“Following the recent addition of Jonathan Clark, Clare joins the Pentagon management team at the perfect time, bringing together a wealth of experience from leading investment management consultancies,” said Matthew Peacock, Chairman. ”We see her appointment as being an essential element of our continued growth trajectory.”

Jonathan Clark, CEO, commented: “We are thrilled to have Clare join the firm. She brings a unique combination of practical consultative experience, thought leadership across the investment management industry and a successful track record of delivery. Clare’s exceptional skills will be key in helping firms respond to increased market complexity, regulatory change and the need for operational efficiency.”