Recently returned to the US, Andrew has 20 years finance and leadership experience working with US listed foreign entities throughout Europe across a variety of sectors including Insurance, Private Banking and Transportation.  Prior experience in a start-up developed hands on nimble flexibility to work in fast paced changing environments.  Working abroad began with several years of new market penetration strategy and execution in Europe and the South American emerging economies.  The following skill building chapter saw Andrew developing substantial skills managing large change programmes and teams in complex environments with multi cultural teams often geographically dispersed.  Continual progression to leadership roles in corporate finance and mentoring in the start up community, Andrew is a seasoned catalyst driving change and improvement creating value and motivating people and teams to spectacular success.  In an advisory role, he has partnered with CFO’s building long term relationships through value added, strategic, analytic, and pragmatic delivery in the changing environments of acquisitions, downsizing and mergers.

Contributing author in 2011 in the textbook ‘International Private Equity’ published by John Wiley & Sons, Andrew received his Sloan Fellow MBA from London Business School and is an active mentor for technology start-ups.

LinkedInProfile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewstrachan/

Deeper Dive:  https://andrewstrachan.wordpress.com/about/

CV: https://andrewstrachan.wordpress.com/

And a word about the Sloan Fellowship: http://poetsandquantsforexecs.com/2013/04/17/sloan-fellows-a-breed-apart-at-mit-stanford-london/

Looking for new opportunities, you can reach me at strachan.am@gmail.com

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