Since joining A&M 10 years ago, Mr. McKenzie has led and advised on many of the firm’s most significant performance improvement engagements which include: In telecoms - carve-out and 100 day plan for a European operator and disruptive growth for a new entrant. In retail and distribution - assessment of electrical retailer and distribution and turnaround for an electronics distribution business. In technology - board business review and improvement programme for a specialist software business and cost reduction for a technology business. In media - global merger integration for two production businesses and board review for a major media business. In energy and utilities - working capital improvement for an energy business and board and operating model review for a water company. In transport - stabilisation, improvement and business sale for a major bus operator, performance improvement and due diligence on a container business. In healthcare - cost base improvement for a health trust board and strategy review for a major London teaching hospital. In automotive and aerospace - operating model design and performance improvement for a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and manufacturing and operations improvement for a series of component manufacturers.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. McKenzie was a partner in a number of major consultancies including Ernst & Young and Cap Gemini, and he founded and led a JV consultancy with Robson Rhodes, as well as leading his own business. He has also advised regulatory and other bodies in the public sector.
Mr. McKenzie earned a Certified Diploma from the ACCA, a master's degree from Cambridge University and an MBA from London Business School. Earlier in his career, he also qualified and practiced as a Chartered Engineer. He is a British national.