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    The Partners - Anthony McAlister

    Executive search & Board effectiveness 

    London, UK

    Is a Director of Thorburn McAlister, an executive search and board assessment consultancy advising clients who value integrity, responsiveness, straight-talking, solid commercial experience, and long-term relationships. A generalist practice, we work in both executive and non-executive search. Our work sectors include Consumer, Transport, Food, Services, Property and Building Societies. Clients range from SMEs to FTSE 100 constituents, Private Equity backed organisations and Family Offices. We work throughout Europe and have extensive networks in the Middle East and Asia.

    Previously he held various board roles in international organisations in the FMCG and Fresh Produce sectors. He has worked for both listed and private companies in the UK and US. He originally studied Foundry Technology and gained his MBA from The University of Southampton and is a Fellow of The Chartered Management Institute.

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