Europe’s leading asset finance advisory firm evolves management and ownership. Dublin, 9 October 2019
Invigors, the leading European asset finance consulting and advisory firm, has reformed its leadership and ownership structure. The new Invigors leadership team comprises Paul Johnson-Ferguson and Patrick Gouin, based in Paris, Ian Robertson, based in Zurich, and Kieran O’Brien, based in Dublin. This pan-European team takes over from the existing Invigors EMEA partners with immediate effect. The existing Partners, Chris Boobyer, Richard Guilbert, Mike Roberts, Richard Ryan and George Tonks will leave the management team, remaining within the business and continuing to play an important role within Invigors as Senior Advisors. …read more here
Kieran, Executive Director at Invigors tells us in his own words what his firm does?
Consulting and lease advisory firm operating across EMEA. Services include corporate restructuring, strategic marketing, research, legal support, M&A, tax, regulatory & accounting services, business process re-engineering, asset management and managed solutions, sales performance, vendor & captive programmes.
What are your main priorities and goals in your role?
To continue building the team after our recent Invigors 2.0 launch enhancing our position as the leading European asset finance consulting and advisory firm.
What are the challenges facing your industry going forward?
Managing the evolution of the asset financing industry from traditional leasing to the world of sharing economy and consumption/pay as you go models.
What new trends are emerging in your industry?
A recognition that the asset financing sector must move to sustainable leasing models that support the global climate change challenges.
How will Brexit affect you, or have you started to feel the effects already?
To date, major investment decisions are being stalled due to the Brexits uncertainty. Brexit is obviously at a critical junction right now and so much depends on final outcome (deal/no deal). If an exit deal is agreed, we see a tremendous amount of investment in financial services expansion especially in Ireland as the gateway to Europe.
How do you define success and what drives you to succeed?
Success for Invigors is providing quality and independent advisory services to our clients that helps them achieve their strategic objectives. A testament to our success is the fact that we have ongoing service relationships over several years with so many of our clients.
What have been your highlights in business over the past year?
Transitioning to Invigors 2.0 with new management and ownership structure.
Expanding our consulting team bring an increased depth in our capabilities, service offerings and geographical coverage across Europe.
What opportunities or plans for growth do you see in 2019?
To continue to grow and develop the Invigors/Alta Group across EMEA by providing value added advisory services in such areas as servitisation, consumption models and sustainable leasing.