Marbral Advisory continues expansion with roles in the Isle of man and Jersey

Posted: 01/03/2022

Change and project management specialist Marbral Advisory, has appointed Ian Richardson and Charlotte Boyle as Change Architects.

Change and project management specialist Marbral Advisory, has appointed Ian Richardson and Charlotte Boyle as Change Architects in the Isle of Man and Jersey, respectively.

Both positions are newly created roles in response to the Company’s growing multi-jurisdictional portfolio and expansion in the Isle of Man.

Mr Richardson will deliver change management consultancy, business transformation project management, operational efficiency and advisory services to clients. He will also be responsible for contributing towards the successful growth of the business and brand through networking and developing market-leading products and services in the Isle of Man.

Ms Boyle will deliver Change Management, Digital Transformation, Business Advisory and Technical Consultancy. She will also form an integral part of Marbral Advisory’s Circular Economy and Social Value task force, working towards sustainable business practices and advisory services.

Mr Richardson will be based in the Isle of Man but will be integral to projects across all of the British Isles. He comes to Marbral Advisory after a career spanning both the telecom and aviation sectors. His last role was Head of Commercial Operations for Ettyl Ltd. He is a project manager with proven experience and success in operational management, merger and acquisition, process development, solution roll out, and competitor analysis. He has delivered projects utilising PRINCE2, Agile, and Lean methodologies and has vast experience with multiple software platforms such as Microsoft Office and Azure Suite, Salesforce, Jira, Asana and Adobe Suite. He is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

In his spare time, Mr Richardson likes to cook, travel and support charitable endeavours. He also takes part in a number of sports including squash, snowboarding and golf – he says his handicap is his golfing ability itself!

Ms Boyle will be based in Jersey but will work cross-jurisdictionally for clients. She joins Marbral Advisory after a career spanning the digital and technology sectors. This includes ten years in UK film and broadcast, supporting cutting edge data I/O, digital infrastructure and digital asset management for BAFTA and Emmy-winning content such as Our Planet, Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II, across providers including Netflix, AppleTV, Discovery, National Geographic and the BBC. Skilled in advising on, designing, and implementing complex workflows, she has a diverse background in business strategy, operations, process improvement, data architecture, and technical software support, including CRM and PSA integrations. She holds an ITIL Foundation 4 and is experienced in working with ExCo, senior leadership, IT management and customer-facing teams to deliver service design and process excellence.

Ms Boyle has also recently become a committee member for IoD Jersey, contributing to their Environment Sub-Committee. In her spare time, Ms Boyle is interested in architecture, sustainable building technologies, travel photography and conservation. She also admits to spending far too much time pinning storage hacks to her Pinterest account!

Marbral Advisory supports a wide range of clients in the finance, legal, medical, gaming, utilities, logistics, telecommunications, construction and government sectors. The company has presence in the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, UK, Malta and Portugal and specialises in digital, people and organisational change.

Leonie McCrann, CEO, Marbral Advisory, says:
‘We are seeing significant demand for our services across the British Isles and furthermore throughout Europe. Our team is expanding to meet client demand and we are delighted to welcome Ian and Charlotte to the Marbral Advisory team. Their skill sets add further diversity to our core team and they will be an asset to clients looking to accelerate the speed and quality of projects and change.’

Ian Richardson, Change Architect, Marbral Advisory, says:
‘I am excited to be joining the Marbral Advisory team as the business continues to expand in the Isle of Man. I am focused on ensuring Marbral is a known and trusted brand in the Island and ensuring we deliver an exemplary service to our clients. I will be looking to assist businesses who have project demands, resource gaps, requirements for review and efficiencies and also introducing our suite of e-learning courses.’

Charlotte Boyle, Change Architect, Marbral Advisory, says:
‘Marbral Advisory continually seeks to lead on change practice and I’m particularly looking forward to being involved in innovative new services that reflect the company’s commitment to social value, business resilience and employee wellbeing. I hope to support clients in both the public and private sector to move forward their projects and bring about positive change, transformation and efficiency.’

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