Zeb, one of the leading strategy and management consultancies in Europe, has today announced the official opening of its London office. The consultancy, which specialises in the financial services sector, now operates 17 offices across Europe and the UK.
Established since 1992, zeb provides its clients with a 360° array of services, ranging from strategy development, corporate management, human capital and IT. Building on its academic legacy, through a combination of excellent, in-depth subject and industry knowledge and insightful strategic thinking, zeb empowers its clients to develop and implement pioneering strategies to overcome their most critical business challenges.
Bertrand Lavayssière, Managing Director UK, zeb, commented:
“The opening of our office in London, one of the world’s major financial districts and where a lot of our clients have a base, marks a seminal moment in the history of zeb. London is at the centre of innovation for financial products and services and with a wealth of talent available. It was a logical step in the evolution of zeb.
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“Considering the current political landscape, financial institutions are experiencing challenges they may have not faced before and we have the expertise and skill-set to help them navigate this period of uncertainty. At zeb, we develop visions and innovative strategies which are tangible and can be readily implemented, adding value and improving business efficiency for our clients. We are experts in this constantly changing environment and specifically on the regulatory and digital evolution we are now witnessing in the global financial services sector.”
Zeb hosted an official opening event on Friday 24 February at London’s Pewterers Hall. Dr. Andreas Dombret, Member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank, delivered a key note address on ‘The German view on Brexit’s impact within the financial sector’.