Brendan McGrath

Brendan has enjoyed a 25 year career to date spanning Financial Services,

Technology, Industrial and Consumer Sectors.

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held Financial Leadership positions of increasing seniority in global organisations with his most recent role having been the CFO for Willis International.

Brendan has lived in Ireland, UK, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium and he has acquired significant operating experience in all regions of the world.

Critical strategic advisor and thought leader to CEOs and senior management teams. History of mastering new business situations, overcoming operational challenges and leading profitable turnarounds for companies operating in very fast-paced, often “chaotic” situations.

Repeated success in architecting profit improvement and business transformation initiatives that centralise global operations, propel double-digit cost reductions, unlock cash

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Measured risk taker unafraid of making tough, critical decisions that ensure a company’s long-term business growth, sustainability, and market survival.

Natural talent for building top-performing, highly engaged teams.

Brendan brings most value to organisations in Growth, Turnaround, Reposition and Change Phases