Credo Consulting appoints Ed Matthews as Partner

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Ed Matthews promoted to Partner and leader of Credo's healthcare sector practice

Credo Business Consulting LLP, a leading strategic consulting firm, is delighted to announce the appointment of Ed Matthews to the partnership, effective 1st January 2016.

Ed, aged 33, joined Credo as an Associate Consultant in 2005, having graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History.

He leads all of Credo’s work in the Health and Social Care sector, working across a number of major segments within the sector, including NHS and Private Hospitals, Diagnostics, Mental Health, Social Care and Special Education. He has significant experience across the core range of Credo engagements, including corporate strategy, business growth and performance improvement. He has also led numerous vendor and commercial due diligence engagements, across health and wider sectors.

Commenting on Ed’s appointment, Credo’s Managing Partner Simon Bones, said “We are thrilled to welcome Ed into the partnership. He has made an immense contribution to the firm over the past 10 years and it is very pleasing to see how his career has developed since joining as a graduate. We wish him every success in his new position.”

Ed Matthews said “I am very much looking forward to the next stage of my career with Credo, and to continuing the growth of the health practice and the firm as a whole.”

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About Credo
Credo is a highly agile and impactful advisory services firm, focussed on corporate strategy, transaction services and performance improvement. With an outstanding reputation for depth of analysis and insight, Credo has helped many of the world’s leading organisations and investors to make and implement better strategic decisions.

Founded in 1999, we operate globally out of offices in London and Dubai, and we have carried out assignments in over 40 countries. We now employ a team of around 60 world-class professionals, working primarily in six core sectors (Business and Support Services; Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure; Health and Social Care; Telecoms, Media and Technology; Software and IT Services; and Transport).

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