TCG founder steps aside

Andrew Jurczynski, with 20 years' experience in the consulting profession, has taken over as chief executive. Chapman said of Jurczynski: “He has excellent experience of growing consultancy practices and is ideally placed to lead TCG’s future development.”

Chapman will now become a non-executive director of the company, but was not available to comment on his decision to take a non-exeuctive role.

After being made partner at McKinsey & Co, Jurczynski went on to co-found AT Kearney’s financial services practice and the Mitchell Madison Group UK - a strategy consultancy specialising in financial services. Following the sale of Mitchell Madison to USWeb in 1999, he was made director of MarchFIRST UK, a multi-disciplined Web-consulting professional services business, which went into administration on April 12 this year.

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