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Eight Advisory appoints new Partner to lead Transformation team

Eight Advisory has appointed Nick Neil-Boss as Partner to lead its Transformation team in London.

Neil-Boss joins Eight Advisory UK from AlixPartners, where he was a Managing Director in their London Enterprise Improvement practice. He specialises in Value Creation pre- and post-transaction and Performance Improvement across the company lifecycle. Neil-Boss has 27 years of experience in industry and advisory. He holds an MBA from Cornell University, New York, as well as BSc and MSc. Degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. He has served numerous private equity and corporate clients across a range of industry sectors including retail & consumer, travel, transport and leisure sectors. Earlier in his career, Nick was a Director in EY’s Operational Transaction Services team. He has also worked for Booz & Co and held various engineering and management roles at ABB in Switzerland. 
“I am very excited to be joining 8Advisory to be part of their impressive growth story. Of course I was attracted by the growth prospects but also by their integrated client offering and agile, responsive approach to the market,” says Nick Neil-Boss.

“We are delighted to bring in an individual of Nick’s talent and experience to both develop the UK Transformation practice and reinforce our advisory capabilities across Europe,” says Justin Welstead, Partner in charge of Eight Advisory’s London office. 

“Our ability to offer financial and operational skills in the same team is highly attractive to clients looking to transform their business models with a clear operational road map and quantified financial targets. With strong existing teams across France, Benelux and Germany, bringing in Nick and a UK team further strengthens our ability to take on complex international projects with highly experienced individuals,” says Éric Demuyt, Managing Director at Eight Advisory.

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